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AIR PLANE VIEWS OF THE COLLEGE 


1 7—Gymnasium 
1 8—College Wharf 


I 3-Senior Study Hall 

1 4—Junior Study Hall 

1 5-Junior Dormitory 

1 6—Class Rooms 


1— Rock-a-cbaw Park—Campus 5 Vegetable Garden 

2— L. & N. Station 6—Pecan Pasture 

3— St. Stanislaus Day School 7—Dairy 

4— Brothers’ Cemetery 8—Play Ground 


9-Kitchen and Dining Rooms 

1 0—Music Hall 
1 l—Faculty Quarters 
1 2—Senior Dormitory 


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AMETUR COR JESU 


1927 CATALOGUE 

OF 

SAINT STANISLAUS COLLEGE 

BAY SAINT LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI 

88 

UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 

BROTHERS OF THE SACRED HEART 


















BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

as 

REV. BROTHER ALBERTINUS 
Chairman of the Board 


REV. BROTHER PETER 

President 

REV. BROTHER EDMUND 

Vice-President 

REV. BROTHER FABIAN 

Treasurer 

REV. BROTHER GERALD 

Secretary 








FACULTY AND OFFICERS 1926-1927 

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REV. BROTHER PETER 

President 

Prefect of Studies 


REV. BROTHER EDMUND 

Vice-President Prefect of Discipline 
English, Commercial Studies, French 


REV. BROTHER MAURICE 

Secretary-T reasur er 

REV. BROTHER GERALD 

Mathematics, Science, Latin, Spanish 

REV. BROTHER FRANCIS 

Typewriting 

REV. BROTHER OLIVER 
Music 

REV. BROTHER ALBERTUS 
Third Year High, Spanish 

REV. BROTHER RODOLPH 
Second Year High, Section A 

REV. BROTHER CYRIL 
Second Year High, Section B 


REV. BROTHER THEODORE 
First Year High, French 

REV. BROTHER JOHN 
Eighth Grade 

REV. BROTHER BASIL 
Seventh Grade 

REV. BROTHER LAWRENCE 
Sixth Grade 

REV. BROTHER ARSENIUS 
Fifth Grade 

REV. BROTHER ADRIAN 
Fourth Grade 

REV. BROTHER REGIS 
Discipline, Seniors 


REV. BROTHER CONRAD 
Discipline, Juniors 

REV. BROTHER CYRAN 
Steward 

REV. BROTHER AURELIAN 
Dairy 

MR. FORSTER COMMAGERE 
Athletics 

MISS MARY WINGERTER, R. N. 
Resident Nurse 

MR. JOSEPH HEMMERSBACH 
Music 

C. L. HORTON, M. D. 
Attending Physician 


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LOCATION 


Along the Southern coast of the State of Mississippi, lies a region richly dowered with natural beauties. In front, the 
sparkling waters of the Mexican Gulf stretch far away to the south; in the rear, forests of lordly pines, after charging 
the air with health-giving aroma, serve to ward off the chilling blasts from the north. At the extreme western end 
of this delightful belt, fifty-two miles from New Orleans by the Louisivlle and Nashville Railroad, the shore line makes 
a crescent-like curve, and along the picturesque beach of the inlet thus formed, stretches the thriving town of Bay Bt. 

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Here, surrounded by beauties of nature and art, on rising ground, at one of the horns of the crescent, stands St. Stanis¬ 
laus College. Far enough from New Orleans to escape its distractions, Bay St. Louis is yet close enough to it to enjoy 
all the conveniences of a large city; and thus combining the double charm of city life with country life, salutary isolation 
with wholesome climate, the Bay is particularly fitted as a site for an educational institution. In addition, the beautitu 
buildings, the shaded campus, the balmy sea breezes and the opportunities for bathing afforded by the Cult, all concur 
to make the College a delightful home, admirably adapted to promote the health, comfort and intellectual progress o 
its pupils. 


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BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 

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Occupying a prominent site overlooking the Bay, with a frontage of 455 feet, St. Stanislaus College proudly rears its 
cross-crowned domes. The three main buildings run north and south, parallel to the beach. Stoutly constructed of 
brick, they are provided with numerous openings to secure ample ventilation and light. In the morning, the breeze 

from the Bay is wafted through every classroom, study hall and dormitory; in the evening, as the sun sinks behind the 

pines, their health-giving aroma, wending seaward, pervades the length and breadth of these spacious buildings. 

The Class Rooms and Study Halls 

The study halls and the class rooms, all on the ground floors of the main buildings, are equipped with modern school 
furniture. Each student is provided with an individual desk, both in class and study hall. The distribution of electric 

globes in the halls satisfies in every way the requirements of modern lighting. 

Dormitories and Lavatories 

The dormitories, located on the second floors of the front buildings, are high, spacious and well ventilated rooms, 
screened throughout and are ideal places for rest. The soft lullaby of the waves on the beach, not a hundred feet away! 
lulls one to sleep. Adjoining each dormitory are separate lavatories and toilet rooms fitted according to the most 
exacting sanitary requirements. These airy dormitories and glistening lavatories bear evidence to the fact that in the 
rebuilding of the College, nothing was left out that could tend in any way to the health and comfort of the students. 

Chapel 

The chapel, a spacious hall with openings on three sides, is situated on the second floor of the principal building. It 
is furnished with pews of a most attractive and elaborate design. With the help of friends the chapel has been adorned 
with splendid creations of the artists’ handiwork. The handsome Altar is a princely gift of that staunch friend of the 
College—the Very Reverend Aloysius Van Waesberghe, the former beloved Pastor of Bay St. Louis. The life-size statues 
of the Sacred Heart, of the Blessed Virgin, of St. Joseph and of St. Stanislaus were imported from Paris and are 
masterpieces of statuary art. 

Physical and Chemical Laboratories 

Physical and chemical laboratories are on the first floor of the south building. Thanks to the generosity of friends 
of the Institution, the halls are now equipped with sufficient apparatus for intelligent laboratory work. The opportunity 
is thus afforded the students for individual work, under the direction of trained and experienced instructors. 

The Gymnasium 

The steady increase in the number of students attending St. Stanislaus and the growing popularity of Basketball during 
recent years, convinced the faculty that a new Auditorium was an impelative need. During the summer of 1923 plans 
were drawn by Messrs. Diboll & Owen, Architects of New Orleans, and construction begun under the direction of Mr. 
Charles Sanger of Bay St. Louis; the building as completed stands as a monument to their genius, a marvel of convenience 
for the students, and the pride of Bay St. Louis. 

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BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT—Continued 

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The Auditorium or Gymnasium occupies the entire second floor, 125 feet by 64 feet; the dimensions, seating conveni¬ 
ences, mechanical arrangements—all combine to make a basketball court equalled by few and surpassed by none in 
the South. The lower floor contains two modern class rooms, 25x35, a recreation hall, toilet, baths and spacious galleries. 
Four large dressing rooms with showers for use of athletes and a battery of showers for the student body, give every induce¬ 
ment to proper care of the body. Cleanliness being next to godliness, students of St. Stanislaus are taught their duty in 
this line and are given every convenience to fulfill the instructions. 

Two hand-ball courts on the west end of the New Gymnasium complete the improvements made during the session 

1923-1924. 

Music Hall 

Beyond the gymnasium and south of the Campus, is the music hall, occupying the entire second floor of a large frame 
building; it comprises large rooms for instrumental music and vocal rehearsals, besides a dozen rooms separated by 
glazed partitions offer advantages of privacy for individual practice. 


These refectories are large, 


The Boys’ Library, located in the Seniors’ 
The students devote an hour daily to the 


Dining Rooms 

On the first floor of the same building are the dining rooms for Juniors and Seniors, 
well ventilated and screened throughout. 

The Laundry 

Close to the Infirmary is the Laundry, fitted up with a thorough and up-to-date plant, handling in a most satisfac¬ 
tory manner all of the work of the Institution. 

The Library 

It is divided into three sections, the Brothers’, the Teachers’ and the Boys’. 

Study Hall, contains upward of 2,000 volumes of Choicest English literature, 
reading of some standard author. 

The Infirmary 

Beyond the spreading oaks, at one extremity of the Senior Campus, and distant from all noise and bustle, is the In¬ 
firmary. The indisposed are here placed under the care of an experienced graduate nurse and are visited daily by the 
attending physician. 

Bathing 

During the warm season, the waters of the Bay, in front of the College, present a natatorium as extensive as the 
Gulf. Every day in Summer, the students are allowed, under the care of their respective prefects, to take a refreshing dip 
in its invigorating waters. The bottom of the Bay, for a long distance out, is shallow, sandy and even. In the usual 
bathing area, the water is between three and five feet deep. The wharf extends a distance of 1,000 feet into the Bay. 
It supports, at four different intervals, large platforms fitted with benches for the comfort of the students, who, after 
supper, during the hot months, go there for about an hour, to enjoy the cool breeze. 


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BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT—Continued 

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HYGIENE 

Undue attention to athletics at the expense of studies is not permitted; while, on the other hand, students are advised, 
expected, even strongly recommended, to take part in healthy outdoor sports. Personal cleanliness is exacted by rule, and 
all students are held to regular bathing and frequent change of clothing. 

The college fare is wholesome in quality, abundant in quantity and varied in preparation, and this, supplemented 
by regular habits, pure air, artesian water and wisely regulated alternations of study and recreation, seldom fails to 
build up the weakest, or to strengthen the hardiest constitution. 

In case of sickness, a competent physician in daily attendance and an experienced graduate nurse are guarantees 
of intelligent and assiduous care. However, as soon as serious symptoms begin to develop in any case, the parents of the 
sick boy are, as a matter of precaution, immediately informed. 

Water Works and Fire Protection 

The College owns its system of water works. There are on the property four artesian wells sunk at different periods. 
The last, 1,000 feet deep, has a pressure of 25 pounds at the level of the ground and a flow of 300 gallons per minute. 
This water supply is piped and distributed over the grounds for the purposes of irrigation, sanitation and fire protection. 
An analysis of this water, by State Chemist Hand, reveals its excellence as drinking water; it possesses, besides, valuable 
medicinal properties. 

The Campus 

Lies directly west of the buildings. It is divided into two sections, one for the Seniors and one for the Juniors. It is 
a large, level tract of land affording ample room for all kinds of games. Shaded by magnificent, lordly oaks, it is pro¬ 
vided with gymnastic apparatus for outdoor exercises. Seats conveniently placed under the trees afford a place of rest 
to the tired players or a point of vantage to the spectators. The cinder track has been the scene of many a spirited 
contest. 

College Park 

A quarter of a mile from the College, in the piney-woods, is the park. It is twelve acres in area, half of which is clear 
of trees, presenting a smooth, level, grassy lawn on which stretches a baseball field. A grand stand, whose seating 
capacity is over 1,000, was built in 1 9 1 4. In this park are held the events of field days and school picnics. 

Garden and Dairy 

Extensive gardens, in close proximity to the school, furnish fresh vegetables in abundance. 

A herd of prize cattle supply milk and butter to the Institution. 


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COURSE OF STUDIES 


The Course of Studies is that of a full four year High School, specializing in University Entrance requirements and in 
Commercial Subjects. A division of courses in the Senior Class enables a student to prepare either for College Entrance 
or for Commercial Work. 

Scientific Course 

The Scientific Course pursued by aspirants for College gives sixteen full credits. St. Stanislaus is a State accredited 
High School. Graduates of the Course are prepared to enter the State Colleges of Mississippi and Louisiana as well as 
the private Universities, such as Loyola, Tulane, Notre Dame, etc. Within the past few years Stanislaus students have 
matriculated at Loyola, Tulane, University of Mississippi, Mississippi A. M., West Point, Annapolis, Vanderbilt, Georgia 
Tech., Mercer, University of Texas, University of Chicago, University of Southern California, University of Florida, Louisi¬ 
ana State University and others. 

Commercial Course 

The Commercial Course prepares for Business life. It includes Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Commercial 
Law, Business English and Business Arithmetic. 

Alumni 

The first Alumnus of the College was Mr. John Claverie, of New Orleans, whose diploma dates from 1871. The 
Alumni Roll, in the current year, 1927, is 521. Most of the Graduates have attained high positions of honor and trust, 
many have become professional or successful business men or prosperous planters. 


POSSIBLE CREDITS REQUIRED OR ELECTIVE 




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OBJECTIVE OF SAINT STANISLAUS COLLEGE 

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The primary End of the College is to train Christian gentlemen by the harmonious and co-ordinate development of 
the heart, the mind and the body, and the secondary end is to qualify them for the commercial world or for professional 
life. 


In the pursuit of these ends, the Faculty leave untried no means which devotedness and enlightened policy can sug¬ 
gest. Realizing that Religion is the true basis of education and an integral part of life, the Brothers teach it by example 
and precept, and its principles are inculcated as the foundation upon which all sound education must be based. A 
Chaplain ministers to the spiritual needs of the Brothers and Students. Though uncompromisingly Catholic, in tone and 
teaching, the College welcomes moral students of other denominations and leaves their religious opinions unrestricted. 
However, for the sake of order and discipline, such students are required to assist at the ordinary exercises of public 
worship. 

SESSION 


The scholastic year lasts from 36 to 38 weeks, begining during the first week of September, and closing towards 
the second Sunday of June. It is divided into two nearly equal terms, the second of which begins in mid January. 


ADMISSION 

Though students are received at any time during the year, parents and guardians are reminded that it will materially 
conduce to the contentment as well as progress or their sons or wards to have them enter at the beginning of the session. 
Applicants unknown to any of the Faculty should be properly introduced or recommended. 

No student can be accepted below the fourth grade. 

No new student is accepted to enter the Graduating Class. 


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JUNIOR DORMITORY 


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DISCIPLINE AND METHODS 


The system of government is that of a well-regulated family; and the Faculty, as replacing the parents, insist on 
uniform compliance with the established rules of discipline. However, the students being at all times under the super¬ 
vision of a perfect, infractions of the rules are, in a great measure, prevented. To further the aim of better discipline, 
the College has provided separate dormitories, study halls, dining rooms and playgrounds for all students under the age 
of fifteen. Gentlemenly conduct is required of the students at all times and in all places, and they are moreover strictly 
held to observe towards themselves, their companions and their superiors, those courtesies which are the distinguished 
marks of a Christian gentleman. 

Each class carries but one grade and is under the management of one Brother who teaches all the branches in the 
grade. This system insures better personal knowledge of the students, better attention to their individual needs and 
better results. 

A well-defined and detailed program determines the amount of work to be performed monthly in each classroom. 
Frequent visits from the President to the classroom guarantee its execution. 

While appealing to the high moral incentives to spur students to the performance of duty, the Brothers rely much 
on emulation as the touchstone of success in a student’s life. The Faculty, by means of awards properly bestowed, and 
demerits justly given, have succeeded in establishing a system that stirs laudable ambition in the student from the opening 
day of the session to the close of the scholastic term. 

% „ Weekly Reports 

Each week’s attendance, supplemented by correct recitation and excellent conduct, entitles the student to 100 merits 
for application from his teacher, and 1 00 merits for conduct from his prefect. Any faulty recitation, or breach of the 
rules of gentlemanly deportment, entails the loss of one or more merits in the corresponding branch. A weekly report of 
both application to study and deportment is forwarded to parents or guardians. 

By means of “extras,” the student is enabled to make up for merits lost. These “extras,” ten a week, are allowed 
for fine points of conduct or for certain well-defined class work, over and above what is required, or for extra diligence 
in doing the work assigned. 

A student whose average for application is 105 merits a week for the entire session is entitled to compete for the 
gold medal given in his class. A student whose average is 105 merits a week for conduct for the entire session, is en¬ 
titled to compete for the gold medal given for deportment in his division. 

Twice a year, in January and June, examinations are held in the various departments, the results of which are sent to 
Parents or Guardians. 

These examinations serve as a basis for the reorganization of the classes of the ensuing session. 

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CAMPUS 


BEACH AND PIER 




APPROACHING COLLEGE FROM 


WHARF 


HAND BALL COURT 


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COLLEGE CALENDAR 

Session of 1927-1928 


SEPTEMBER 8—Registration and classification of Board¬ 
ers. (No boarding student may compete for attend¬ 
ance medals if not present at this registration at 5:30 

P. M.) 

SEPTEMBER 9—Registration of Day Scholars and open¬ 
ing of classes. 


DECEMBER 21—Christmas Vacation begins. 
JANUARY 5—Christmas Vacation ends. 
JANUARY 18-21—Mid-Year Examinations. 
JANUARY 23—Second Semester begins. 


NOVEMBER 

1 —All Saints’ Day. 

APRIL 4—Easter recess 

begins. 


NOVEMBER 

6—Sunday—Dads’ Day and Homecoming. 

APRIL 1 0—Easter recess ends. 


NOVEMBER 

1 5—St. Stanislaus Day. 

JUNE 3—Alumni Day. 



NOVEMBER 

24—Thanksgiving Day. 

JUNE 5-9—Final Examinations. 


DECEMBER 

8—Feast of the Immaculate Conception. 

JUNE 1 0—Commencement Exercises. 







ORDER OF EXERCISES 





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6:00 A. M. 

.Rising. Toilet. Prayers. 

12 M.. 

.Dinner. 

Recreation. 

6:15. 

.Study or Holy Mass. 

1 :00. 

Recitations 

7:00. 

.Breakfast. Recreation. 

3:30. 

.Lunch. 

Recreation. 

8:00. 

.Study. 

5:30. 



8:45. 

.Recitations. 

6:30. 

.Supper. 

Recreation. 

10:00 

....Recreation. Recitations. 

7:30. 

.Reading. 


1 1 :30. 

.Study. 

8:30. 

Retiring. 


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EXPENSES 


GENERAL 

Board, Lodging, tuition, Doctor’s fees, library and athletic 

fees per Scholastic year.$400 

This amount is payable half yearly in advance. If 
patrons prefer, payments may be made in eight in¬ 
stallments of fifty dollars each. 

Laundry and mending for entire session.$20 

This amount is divided into two payments as follows: 

On entrance in September....$10 

On January 1 5....$ 1 0 

(This charge covers marking of all clothing at en¬ 
trance and during year). 

OPTIONAL AND SPECIAL 

Music—Piano, violin, flute, mandolin or brass instruments 


per year .$60 

Typewriting, per year .$20 


No student is accepted in music or typewriting de¬ 
partments for less than one quarter session. Above 
fees are payable half-yearly or quarterly in advance. 


Apparatus and Chemicals—for students in Scientific 
Courses (Third and fourth years High School).$10 

Graduation fees, Cap and Gown, etc.$ 1 0 

Diplomas will not be conferred nor credits issued to stu¬ 
dents whose indebtedness to the college remains un¬ 
canceled. 

No advance in money will be made by the college for 
clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, shoes, 
etc., beyond the deposit left with the treasurer. 

SPENDING MONEY 

Unlimited spending-money being a prolific source of evil 
among students, parents are urged to supply their 
sons with only such as is needed to cover actual ex¬ 
penses and to furnish reasonable recreation; or better 
to deposit a sufficient amount with the treasurer ad¬ 
vising him to dispense it as circumstances may re¬ 
quire. 


SOME THINGS ESPECIALLY FORBIDDEN 


1. Gambling. 

2. Profane language. 

3. The use of tobacco, in any form, except to students of 
the Senior Division, who hold a written permission 
from their parents. 

4. Leaving the College grounds without permission. 


5. Borrowing or loaning money, bartering or selling arti¬ 
cles of personal property. 

6. Hazing or ill-treatment of any students. 

7. Sending or receiving clandestine mail. 

8. Discontinuing any branch of study once commenced. 


OUTFIT 

Students should come provided with sufficient clothing and toilet articles. However it is neither necessary nor 
advisable to bring clothing for the entire year; as students are permitted to go home at Christmas and at Easter 
their wardrobes may be replenished on these occasions. 


NO SPECIAL UNIFORM IS REQUIRED 

In addition to articles of personal wear each student should bring one double woolen blanket, half a dozen napkins 
and a supply of face and bath towels. The College supplies one blanket and all bedding. 


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DAY STUDENTS 

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Day Students are accepted at the College but they must 
conform to all the College rules while at College. The 
College reserves the right to refuse or to accept any stu¬ 
dent and expects parents to see that Day students keep 
proper hours and attend to all home study and written 
work assigned. 


Day Students must be regular and punctual in at¬ 
tendance. They must report at the College not later than 
eight A. M. and one P. M. In case of absence a written 
excuse must be furnished before they can rejoin their 
classes. 


Tuition for Day Students 

Grammar Grades High School 

Fourth, fifth and sixth grades, per year.$40 First and Second Year High, per year. 

Seventh and Eighth grades, per year.$50 Third and Fourth Year High, per year. 

Tuition is payable in eight equal installments. 


$60 

$70 


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PLAN OF STUDIES 

The Scholastic matter is divided into two departments: The Grammar School and the High School. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

The program of studies in this department prepares the student for the higher courses. Those who have completed 
it are entitled to enter the High School Department. This course includes the 4th, 5 th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades. 


HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

This department is designed to impart a well-rounded education. It fits those who complete it to enter Universities 
preparing for the learned professions, or to follow successfully a business career. 

In the first two years of this course the Standard High School Program is followed. In the third year some Com¬ 
mercial Studies are introduced. The fourth year is divided into two departments: 


THE SCIENTIFIC 


In this Department only those studies required for Col¬ 
lege Entrance are retained, in order that a graduate be 
well fitted to pursue a College Course. Completion of 
the course gives sixteen full units besides giving the stu¬ 
dent a working knowledge of Shorthand and four years 
of French or Spanish. 


THE COMMERCIAL 


This course is designed for those who are to enter Com¬ 
mercial Life. It gives a thorough knowledge of Shorthand, 
Typewriting, Commercial Law, Business English, Business 
Arithmetic and Bookkeeping. This is superior to the or¬ 
dinary business course as it has a regular High School 
education as a solid foundation. No student is admitted 
to the Course without full credit for three years of High 
School work. 


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HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 

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Senior Class, Scientific Course 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE—(a) Review of Dogma and 
Morals, (b) Grace, (c) Prayer, (d) The Sacraments, 
(e) The Liturgy, (f) Discussion of Current Events 
in the Lights of Catholic Morality. Text: McVey’s 
Manual of Christian Doctrine. 

ENGLISH—(a) Review of English Rhetoric, (b) Devel¬ 
oping Power of Critical Reading and Sound Reason¬ 
ing, (c) Original Themes, (d) Live Questions for Ar¬ 
gumentation, (e) Study of Classics. 

Text: Tanner’s English. 

GEOMETRY—(a) Relation of Lines and Planes in Space, 

(b) Properties and Measurements of Solid Figures, 

(c) The Sphere and the Spherical Triangle, (d) Dem¬ 
onstration of Original Propositions and Solutions of 
Problems. 

Text: Wentworth and Smith Solid Geometry. 

TRIGONOMETRY—(a) Relations of the Trigonometric 
Functions, (b) Circular Measurement of Angles, (c) 
Proof of Formulas of Sine Cosine, etc., (d) Solution 
of Trigonometric Equations, (e) Solving of Right and 
Oblique Triangles, (f) Surveying. 

Text: Wentworth’s Trigonometry. 

LATIN—(a) Pronouns and Subjunctive Mood, (b) Use of 
the infinitive, (c) Irregular Verbs, (d) Caesar’s Gallic 
Wars. 

Text: Pearson’s Latin Grammar. Supplementary 
Texts. 


CHEMISTRY—(a) Elements and Compounds, (b) The 
Gas Laws, (c) Acids, Bases and Salts, (d) Equilibrium, 
Mass Action, (e) Carbon and its Compounds, (f) 
Writing of Equations for Reactions, (g) Sodium, (h) 
Sulphur and its Compounds, (i) Metals, etc. 

Text: McPherson and Henderson. 

MODERN LANGUAGES—French or Spanish. 

Senior Class Commercial Course 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE—Same as Scientific Course. 

ENGLISH—(a) Study of Words, Spelling, Pronunciation, 
Definition and Application, (b) Thorough review of 
Grammar, (c) Construction of effective sentences, 

(d) Composition of business letters, (e) Commercial 
papers and office training. 

Text: Business English and Correspondence—Hagar 
and So Relle. 

SHORTHAND—(a) Review of principles of system, (b) 
Speed studies and practice, (c) Typewriter transcrip¬ 
tions of dictation. 

Text: Gregg Method and Speed Studies. 

TYPEWRITING—Two half-hour pqriod(s daily. Touch 
system. Letter Practice. Transcription of Shorthand 
Notes. 

Text: Rational Typewriting. 

ARITHMETIC—(a) Review of fundamental operations 
with attention to short methods, (b) Rapid calcula¬ 
tions, (c) Applications of percentage, (d) Interest 


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HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT—Continued 


Taxes, Insurance, (e) Parcel Post, Postal Savings 
Banks, (f) Stocks, Bonds, Exchange. 

(f) Stocks, Bonds, Exchange. 

Text: Essentials of Business Arithmetic, Van Tuyl. 

COMMERCIAL LAW—(a) Contracts, (b) Agency, Part¬ 
nership, (c) Negotiable Paper, (d) Sale and Bailment 
of Property, (e) Corporations, Insurance, (f) Real 
Property. 

Text: Essentials of Commercial Law, Whigham, 

BOOKKEEPING—(a) Review of all principles of Journal¬ 
izing, (b) Bill book Cash book, (c) Sales Book and 
Check Book, (d) Abstract of Ledger, (e) Commer¬ 
cial Forms and Papers. 

Text: Williams and Rogers. 

MODERN LANGUAGE—French or Spanish. 

THIRD YEAR HIGH 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE—(a) Review of Dogma and 
Moral, (b) The Evangelical Counsels, (c) Grace in 
General, (d) Actual Grace, Habitual Grace, (e) 
Prayer, 

GEOMETRY—(a) Circles, (b) Proportion, Similar Poly¬ 
gons, (c) Areas of Polygons, (d) Regular Polygons 
and Circles. 

Text: Wentworth and Smith’s Plane Geometry. 

ENGLISH—(a) The Paragraph, (b) Development of the 
Isolated Paragraph, (c) Important Forms of Prose, 
(d) The Novel and the Drama, (e) Poetic Forms, (f) 
Classics. 

Text: Tanner’s English. 

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HISTORY—(a) Colonial Englishmen, (b) Colonial Amer¬ 
icans, (c) Revolution, (d) Federation, (e) Section¬ 
alism, (f) Civil War, (g) Reorganization and Expan¬ 
sion, (h) The New Republic. 

SHORTHAND—(a) Fundamental Principles, (b) Word 
signs, (c) The Abbreviating Principles, (d) Phrase 
Writing, (c) Prefixes and suffixes, (f) Review of all 
principles of System. 

Text: Gregg Shorthand. 

LATIN—(a) Declension, (b) Verbs, sentences, (c) Trans¬ 
lations, (d) Predicate Nouns, (e) Comparison of 
Adjectives and Adverbs, (f) Numerals, (g) Principles 
of Grammar, (h) The Latin Sentence carefully stu¬ 
died. 

MODERN LANGUAGE—French or Spanish from Preced¬ 
ing course. 

PHYSICS—(a) Mechanics, (b) Sound, (c) Light, (d) 
Heat, (e) Electricity. 

Text: Carhart and Chute, and Laboratory Manual. 

SECOND YEAR HIGH 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE (MORAL) —(a) General Prin¬ 
ciples of Morality. Human Acts, Conscience, The 
Moral Law, (b) Virtue and Sin, (c) Commandments 
of God, (d) Commandments of the Church. 

Text: McVey’s Manual of Christian Doctrine. 

ALGEBRA—(a) Involution and Evolution, (b) Theory of 
Exponents, (c) Radicals, (d) Quadratics, (e) Ratio 
and Proportion, (f) Progressions, (g) The Binom¬ 
inal Theorem, (h) Logarithms. 

Text: Milne’s Standard Algebra. 







HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT—Continued 

86 


HISTORY—(a) A Summary of Ancient Progress, (b) The 
Age of Feudalism, (c) The Religious Upheaval in 
Germany, (d) The Age of Elizabeth, (e) The Age of 
Louis the Fourteenth, (f) The French Revolution, (g) 
The Nineteenth Century, (h) The New Age. 

Text: Betten’s Modern World. 

ARITHMETIC—(a) Interest and its Applications, (b) 
Stocks and Bonds, (c) Sharing, (d) Ratio and Pro¬ 
portion, (e) The Metric System. 

Text: Moore’s Commercial Arithmetic. 

ENGLISH—(a) Review of English Grammar, (b) Review 
of Punctuation, (c) Original Composition Work, (d) 
Development of the Outline and Theme. 

Text: Tanner’s English. 

GEOMETRY—(a) Triangles, (b) Parallel Lines, (c) 
Quadrilaterals, (d) Polygons, (e) Loci of Points. 

Text: Plane Geometry, Wentworth and Smith. 

MODERN LANGUAGE—French or Spanish from pre¬ 
ceding Course. 

FIRST YEAR HIGH 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—DOGMA—God the Father 
and the Creation. The Messiah Prefigured. The In¬ 
carnation. The Life of Our Lord. The Redemption. 
The Holy Ghost and the Work of Sanctification. 

Text: McVey’s Manual of Christian Doctrine. 


ENGLISH—(a) Diction, (b) Punctuation, (c) Composi¬ 
tion, (d) Letter Writing, (e) Biography of American 
Authors, (i) Study of Classics. 

Text: Tanner’s English. 

ALGEBRA—(a) Simple Operations, (b) Factoring, (c) 
Fractions, (f) Graphic Solutions. 

Text: Milne’s Standard Algebra. 

HISTORY—(a) The Orient, (b) The Greeks, (c) The 
Graeco-Oriental World, (d) Rome, (e) The Roman 
Empire, (f) Romano-Teutonic Europe. 

Text: The Ancient World. Betten. 


ARITHMETIC—(a) Review of the Four Rules, (b) United 
States Money, (c) Fractions and Denominate Num¬ 
bers, (d) Percentage and its Applications. 

Text: New Commercial Arithmetic. Moore. 


PENMANSHIP—Daily Practice. 

Muscular System. 

BOOKKEEPING—(a) General Rules for Journalizing, (b) 
Use of Day Book and Ledger, (c) Instructions for 
Taking Trial Balance, (d) Making of Bills, etc. 

Text: Williams and Rogers Introductory Course. 
MODERN LANGUAGE—French or Spanish. 


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PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT 

3 


EIGHTH GRADE 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—Review of Prayers; The Com- 
mandments; The Sacraments; Liturgy of the Church; 
Church History. 

Text: Baltimore Catechism No. 3. 

SPELLING:—Eighth grade work and thorough review. 
Text: Champion Speller. 

GRAMMAR:—Analysis and diagramming. Syntax, Punct¬ 
uation, Bi-Weekly Compositions. 

Text: Hoenshel’s Advanced. 

READING:—Daily reading from selected literary master¬ 
pieces. 

GEOGRAPHY:—Review of political geography. Map 
work; Study of Commercial routes, etc. 

Text: Benziger’s advanced. 

HISTORY:—United States. The American Republic; 
Study of all administrations. 

Text: Lawler’s Essentials. 

ARITHMETIC:—Fundamental processes reviewed; Per¬ 
centage; Interest; Commercial Papers. 

Text: Hamilton’s School Arithmetic. 

PENMANSHIP:—Daily Practice. Palmer Method. 

SEVENTH GRADE 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—Prayers; End of Man; Com¬ 
mandments; Sacraments. 

Text: Baltimore Catechism No. 3. 

Bible History; History of the Church. 

Text: Gilmour. 


SPELLING:—Seventh Grade Work; Meaning and use of 
words. 

Text: Champion Speller. 

GRAMMAR:—Review Parts of Speech; Sentence Con¬ 
struction; Correction of Spoken and Written errors; 
Diagramming; Short original compositions. 

Text: Hoenshel s Advanced. 

GEOGRAPHY:—Map Study of North and South America; 
Political and Physical Features. 

Text: Benziger’s Advanced. 

READING:—Daily reading of selections. Explanations of 
topics. 

Text: Literary Reader Book One. 

HISTORY:—The United States; Period of Formation; 
Separation from England. 

Text: Lawler’s Essentials. 

ARITHMETIC—Review of Fractions and Decimals; Per¬ 
centage and Interest. 

Text: Hamilton’s School Arithmetic. 

PENMANSHIP:—Daily Practice. Palmer Method. 

SIXTH GRADE 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—Study and review of Prayers; 
The Commandments; The Sacraments; Serving at 
Mass. 

Text: Baltimore Catchism No. 2. 

Bible History; New Testament. Gilmour. 

SPELLING:—Study of Sixth Grade words; Selected words 
from other class texts. 

Text: Champion Speller. 


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PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT—Continued 

S8 


GRAMMAR:—Parts of Speech; Correction of Common 
Errors; Diagramming; Parsing; Composition Work. 
Text: Hoenshel’s Advanced. 

GEOGRAPHY:—Map Study and drawing; Political and 
physical divisions. Special attention to America and 
Europe. 

Text: Maury’s Primary. 

READING:—Daily reading and explanation of terms. 

Text: Catholic Series Fifth Book. 

HISTORY:—Brief View of United States from discoveries 
to present time. 

Text: Lawler’s Primary. 

ARITHMETIC:—Review of Four Rules; Fractions; Deci¬ 
mals; Denominate Numbers; Percentage. 

Text: Hamilton’s School Arithmetic. 

PENMANSHIP:—Daily Practice. Palmer Method. 

FIFTH GRADE 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—Review of Prayers; Study of 
Sacraments and Commandments of God and Church. 
Text: Baltimore Catechism No. 2. 

Bible History; Old Testament. (Gilmour). 
SPELLING:—Fifth Grade Work; Definition and use of 
words. 

Text: Champion Speller. 

GRAMMAR:—Review of Parts of Speech; Sentences; 
Short Compositions. 

Text: Hoenshel’s Primary. 

GEOGRAPHY:—Map questions and study of products; 
United States. 

Text: Maury’s Elementary. 

READING:—Daily reading and explanation of text. 

Text: Catholic Series Book Five. 


U. S. HISTORY:—Colonies and American Revolution. 
Text: Lawler’s Primary. 

ARITHMETIC:—Review work on Four Rules; Fractions; 
Decimals; Beginning of Percentage. 

Text: Hamilton’s Intermediate. 

PENMANSHIP:—Daily Practice of Models; Muscular 
movement. 

FOURTH GRADE 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE:—Study of Prayers; Command¬ 
ments of God; Preparation for Sacraments. 

Text: Baltimore Catechism No. 1. 

Bible History; Bible Stories. 

SPELLING:—Fourth Grade Words. Study of Words 
from Reading Lessons. 

Text: Champion Speller. 

GRAMMAR:—Parts of Speech; Sentence Building; In¬ 
troduction of diagramming; Oral reproduction of Short 
Stories. 

Text: Hoenshel’s Primary. 

GEOGRAPHY:—Description of earth and definitions of 
geographical terms; The Grand Divisions. 

Text: Appleton’s First Lessons. 

READING:—Daily reading and drill in pronunciation and 
meaning of words in lesson. 

Text: Catholic Series Book Four. 

HISTORY:—Stories of Great Americans. 

ARITHMETIC:—The Four Rules; Simple work on frac¬ 
tions. Decimals. 

Text: Hamilton’s Primary. 

PENMANSHIP:—Daily Practice on formation and join¬ 
ing of letters. 


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AMETUR COR JESU! 


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THE LEAGUE 


OF 

THE SACRED HEART 

86 


The College being directed by the Brothers of the Sacred 
Heart, they naturally strive to make a manly devotion 
toward that Divine Heart a distinguishing mark of their 
students. Among the means to accomplish this end the 
League of the Sacred Heart holds a leading place. The 
College has been canonically created a Local Centre, and 
all the Catholic students, without a single exception, are 
members of this meritorious association. The good wrought 
during the past years has been a matter of deep consolation, 
and the Brothers attribute to a great extent, the exemplary 
conduct and Catholic spirit among their students to the 
blessings radiating from that benign Heart. 




















SODALITY 


OF THE 

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 

UNDER THE PROTECTION OF SAINT STANISLAUS 

S8 

This Sodality, canonically established by the Ordinary of the Diocese, December 8, 1878, is a branch of the Arch- 
Confraternity under the same title in Rome. 

Its chief ends are: 

1st. To propagate devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. 

2nd. To afford to each Sodalist spiritual assistance and encouragement, thereby facilitating the attainment of virtue 
and Christian piety. 

On all Sundays and Holidays of Obligation the members assemble in their Oratory for the purpose of reciting the 
Office of the Blessed Virgin, which is always preceded by a short exhortation from the Director and terminated by the 
singing of some pious hymn. 

The Officers and Consultors meet every month to treat of matters concering the proper administration of the Sodality. 

The good resulting from these pious exercises and frequent reception of the Sacraments has been most gratifying to 
both Professors and Students. 


Edward Zaunbrecher 
Marchmont Schwartz 
James La Nasa . 


THE BLESSED VIRGIN SODALITY OF 1927 

OFFICERS 


.President Santino Rinaudo .Treasurer 

Vice-President Jared Thiery .Sacristan 

.Secretary Winston Bradley ..Sacristan 


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MEMBERS 


Artigues, Maurice 
Ader, George 
Alvarez, Rudolph 
Aylesworth, Warren 
Andries, Daniel 

Baglan, Charles 
Ballard, Samuel 
Ballard, Marshall 
Babin, Luke B. 
Baron, Ernest 
Bontemps, Leroy 
Bonura, Henry 
Blaize, John B. 
Blaize, Reginald 
Brady, Anthony 
Busch, Louis 
Bradley, Winston 
Buttross, Joseph 
Burke, Alphonse 
Burns, Vincent, A. 
Boudreau, Earl 
Bruzeau, Alfred 
Boh, Hilary 

Cusimano, Michael 


Capdeville, Christian 
Capdeville, Paul 
Colotta, Ignatius 
Cantara, Charlton 
Cassimus, George 
Chassaniol, Emmett 
Cappell, Lucius 
Castillo, Francis 
Chalona, Frank 

Doggett, Richard 
Diaz, Ignatius 
Diaz, Alberto 
Davis, Fred 
Dischler, Nicholas 
Dubuisson, Aloysius 
Daigle, Charles 


Fournier, Foster 
Fabacher, Ignatius 
Favre, George 
Fernandez, Andrew 
Falgout, George 
Fahey, Edmund 
Fitzgerald, Thomas 


Giering, Edmund 
Grevemberg, James 
Guenoit, Marcel 
Greene, Samuel 
Glover, Harry, Jr. 
Glover, Anthony 
Gossen, Charles 
Girot, Judlin 
Gerchow, Carlos 
Gerchow, George 
Genard, Charles 

Hynes, John 
Hayden, Bernard 
Hiern, Charles 
Hubert, Scott 
Hochendel, Edward 
Heinen, Leo 
Horne, John 
Hanlon, Edward 

Johnson, Floyd 
Jones, Bernard 

Kergosien, Ogden 
Kenner, John 


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OF SODALITY 


Kramer, Casper 
Kraus, Julio 
Kenison, Herbert 
Kinberger, Edmund 

Leger, Aubrey 
Lince, Raphael 
Leonhard, Walter 
Leonhard, Albert 
La Nasa, James 
Lacoste, Emile 
Larroux, Emile 
Lang, Fred 
Labry, Robert 
Labrey, Paul 
Lacoste, Robert 
Lizana, Carl 
Le Boeuf, Lloyd 

McMeel, Joseph 
McCarley, Murray 
Martin, Sidney 
Monti, Thomas, F. Jr. 

O’Leary, Ralph 
O’Leary, Richard 


O’Reilly, Joseph M., Jr. 

Partridge, Winfield 
Plan, Edward 
Perre, Emile 
Posner, Theodore 
Philpott, Walter 

Quintini, Claude 

Ruax, Pedro 
Reicker, Lawrence 
Reyes, Stanley 
Reyes, Frank 
Reyes, de los, Stephen 
Rinaudo, Santino 
Roland, James C. 
Richard, Charles J. 

Slade, George 
Schwartz, Marchmont 
Schwartz, William 
Sides, Audley 
Sanchez, Edward 
Stechmann, Theodore 


Sporl, Harold 
Schiro, John 
Sullivan, George 

Thiery, Jared 
Trahan, Dennis 
Taranto, Anthony 
Trippe, Joseph 

Vaccaro, Joseph L. 
Van Court, Robert 
Vicknair, Morris 

Walsh, Thomas 
Wilson, Barret 
Walle, Joseph 
Walle, Edward 
Walle, Anthony 
Wittmann, Joseph 
Wittmann, Randall 
Wieman, Clarence 
Wogan, George 

Yuja, Joseph 

Zaunbrecher, Edward 










SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN 


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SOCIETY OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT 

88 

The object of this Society is to encourage daily attendance at Mass and frequent reception of the sacraments. 


PROMOTERS 


Richard Doggett 
Thomas Fitzgerald 


Twyman Siles 
Joseph O’Reilly 


Jack Horne 
Ignatius Colotta 


Floyd Johnston 


MEMBERS 


Joseph Trippe 
Bernard Hayden 
Robert Labry 
Maurice Vicknair 
Maurice Artigues 
John George 
Joseph O’Reilly 


Marion Verlander 
Floyd Johnson 
Thomas Walsh 
Charles Gerchow 
Edward Sanchez 
Edward Lopez 
Ignatius Colotta 


Sidney Martin 
Jack Horne 
Lee Petrich 
Barret Wilson 
Warren Aylesworth 
Carl Lizana 
Gerald Spitzfaden 


Edward Walle 
Anthony Walle 
Patrick White 
Edward Plan 
Joseph Vella 
John Badon 
Alfred Warriner 


William Ames 
Fred Lang 
Theodore Posner 
Thomas Yalets 
Albert Bruzeau 
Richard Doggett 
Anthony Taormina 


Thomas Fitzgerald 
Joseph Walle 
George Cassimus 
George Gerchow 
Francis Castillo 
Eugene Taormina 
Michael Cusimano 


ALTAR BOYS’ SOCIETIES 

OUR LADY OF THE GULF CHURCH ALTAR BOYS 


Brother Theodore .Director 

Marshall Ballard ....President 

Lawrence Vallon ...Vice-President 

John Schiro .<.Treasurer 

MEMBERS 


SAINT STANISLAUS COLLEGE CHAPEL ALTAR 
BOYS SOCIETY 

Brother Cyril .Director 

James La Nasa .—President 

Henry Bonura .Vice-President 

Jared Thiery .Secretary 

Herbert Kenison . Treasurer 

MEMBERS 


Theodore Stechmann 
Bernard Jones 
Robert Van Court 
Edmund Giering 
Winfield Partridge 
Robert Lacoste 
Warren Carver 
Hilary Boh 
Joseph LeBlanc 
Joseph Jones 


Robert Phillpott 
Dave Telhiard 
Anthony Glover 
Alfred Lejeune 
Ernest Ladner 
Edward Blaize 
Samuel Ballard 
Sidney Boh 
William Phillpott 
Howard Carver 
Gerald Gordon 


August Scafide 
Harry Saucier 
Charles Kergosien 
William O’Brien 
Edmund Fahey 
Adrian Combe 
Andy Becker 
Anthony Scafide 
Arthur Surcouf 
Marshall Bertin 


Luke Vaccaro 
Santino Rinaudo 
Julio Krauss 
Ignatius Fabacher 
Ernest Baron 
Audley Sides 
Twyman Sides 
Bernard Hayden 
Theodore Posner 
Robert Labry 
Warren Aylesworth 


Jack Horne 
Richard Doggett 
Floyd Johnson 
Barrett Wilson 
Paul Labry 
William Ames 
Frederick Lang 
Thomas Fitzgerald 
Marion Verlander 
Ignatius Colotta 


Maurice Artigues 
Edward Walle 
Anthony Walle 
Ralph O’Leary 
Charles Gerchow 
Richard O’Leary 
Albert Bruzeau 
Patrick J. White 
Randell Wittmann 
Joseph M. O’Reilly, 


Jr. 


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SOCIETY OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT 


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ALTAR BOYS’ SOCIETIES 















MUSIC 

88 

The work in this department is thorough and satisfactory. The students are taught to love the “Art Divine” and to 
regard its study as a privilege. 

For years the excellence of our musical training has been admitted on all sides, and it is the earnest effort of the 
management to preserve and increase this enviable reputation. 


Rev. Brother Oliver 

Luke Vaccaro . 

Ignatius Diaz .. 

John Waters . 

Samuel Ballard .. 

William Ames __ 

Albert Bruzeau . 

Julio Andrade . 

Rene de Montluzin 

Robert Camors . 

Robert Labry . 

Audley Sides . 

Leroy Snell . 

Scott Hubert . 


THE SAINT STANISLAUS CONCERT ORCHESTRA 


.Director Henry Bonura ...Second Saxophone 

.......Violin Theodore Stechmann .Third Saxaphone 

.Violin Richard Doggett .Fourth Saxophone 

.Violin Leo Sides .Fifth Saxophone 

.Violin Julio Krauss .First Horn 

.Violin William Phillpott ...Second Horn 

..Violin Joseph Yuja ...Trombone 

.Violin Marshall Ballard .Bass Violin 

.First Clarinet Lucius Cappel ...Tuba 

..Second Clarinet Lloyd LeBoeuf .Bells 

.First Trumpet Walter Leonhard .Banjo 

Second Trumpet Stanley Reyes . Banjo 

...Third Trumpet Herbert Kenison .Drums 

.First Saxophone Gerald Grevemberg . Piano 

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Page 32 


SAINT STANISLAUS CONCERT ORCHESTRA 













SAINT STANISLAUS BRASS BAND 


Rev. Brother Oliver 

Luke Vaccaro . 

John Waters . 

Audley Sides . 

Robert Labry . 

LeRoy Snell . 

George Ader . 

Rene de Montluzun . 

Robert Camors . 

Ignatius Diaz . 

Theodore Stechmann 


.Director 

.Trumpet 

.Trumpet 

.Trumpet 

.Trumpet 

.Trumpet 

.Trumpet 

. Clarinet 

.Clarinet 

.Saxophone 

Third Saxophone 


Scott Hubert .Saxophone 

Emile Meyer .Saxophone 

Henry Bonura .Saxophone 

Richard Doggett .Saxophone 

Twyman Sides .Saxophone 

Joseph Yuja . Trombone 

Julio Krauss . Alto 

William Phillpott .Alto 

Marshall Ballard . Bass 

Lucius Cappel . Bass 

Herbert Kenison .Drums 


SAINT STANISLAUS SPECIAL ORCHESTRA 

Oft 


Rev. Brother Oliver 

Luke Vaccaro . 

Julio Krauss .... 

Rene de Montluzin .. 

Ignatius Diaz . 

John Waters . 

Audley Sides . 

Scott Hubert .. 


.Director 

.Violin 

.Violin 

.Violin 

.Violin 

.First Cornet 

Second Cornet 
.Saxophone 


George Seuzeneau .Saxophone 

Robert Camors .Saxophone 

Twyman Sides .Saxophone 

Marshall Ballard .Bass 

Lucius Cappel .Tuba 

Herbert Kenison .Drums 

Gerald Grevemberg .Piano 


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SAINT STANISLAUS BRASS BAND 









SAINT STANISLAUS ORCHESTRA 


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SAINT STANISLAUS STADIUM 


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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

College Colors: Cardinal and Black 

88 


The Brothers in charge of the College, persuaded that physical training forms an integral part of a comprehensive 
education, view with pleasure any reasonable sports which tend to develop the strength, skill and physique of the stu¬ 
dents. To this end a gymnasium has been added to the College and placed in charge of a competent physical director. 
The course of instruction pursued in the gymnasium will be governed by the individual needs of the student. Class lessons 
in calisthenics and out door athletics are given daily. 

The College campus is an extensive and turfy tract, comprising about twelve acres of ground. Of this, about six 
acres is in a pine grove, where those not inclined to hard sports may find abundant amusement. 

The genial climate permits outdoors exercise throughout the year. Football and basketball are the attractions during 
the winter months, but with the advent of spring term the students devote their spare time to becoming experts in the 
national game. 


THE CHARLES JAUBERT MEDAL 

Mr. George A. Jaubert agrees to donate to St. Stanislaus College, every year as an athletic trophy to be designated 

as the Charles Jaubert Trophy. 

This reward is to be made to a student of St. Stanislaus who is most valuable to his College in athletic competition 
during the session. 

The recipient is to be designated by vote of the President of the College, the Vice-President and the Coach, each 
to have one vote. 

It is specified that this award cannot be made twice to the same student. 

(Signed) GEORGE A. JAUBERT. 

THE ATHLETIC MEDAL FOR 1926-192 7 
WAS AWARDED 
TO 

MARCHMONT SCHWARTZ 


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THE ROCK-A-CHAWS 
STANISLAUS VARSITY FOOT BALL TEAM 

£8 


Forster 

Frederick Davis . 

George Leger ... 

John Scafide . 

Henry Bonura ... 

Dominick Sassone ... 

George Slade . 

James LaNasa . 

Edward Zaumbrecker . 

Marchmont Schwartz . 

John Hunter . 


Commagere, Coach 

.Center 

.Guard 

.. Guard 

....Tackle 

.Tackle 

.End 

.End 

.End 

.Quarter Back 

.:...Full Back 


Matthew Montz, Captain, Center 

Emile Larroux . Back Field 

Harry Glover, Jr.-.Half Back 

Winston Bradley .Half Back 

Vincent Burns . Half Back 

Luke B. Babin .End 

Fernand Menou .-.Tackle 

Santino Rinaudo . Half Back 

George Falgout .Guard 

Zacharie Henderson .Guard 


At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus.66 

At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus 32 

At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus.25 

At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus... 6 


TEAM 


Combines A. C. 0 

Spartans A. C. 0 

Algiers Naval . 0 

Audubon A. C. 0 


RECORD 

At Baton Rouge, Stanislaus 
At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus. 
At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus. 
At Bay St. Louis, Stanislaus. 


6 L. S. U. Frosh.14 

13 Jefferson Col.12 

1 4 Gulf Coast Mil. Acad. 6 

6 Poplarville Aggies .25 


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THE “ROCK-A-CHAWS” STANISLAUS VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 


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STANISLAUS RESERVES FOOT BALL TEAM 

se 


Brother Albertus, Coach 


Santino Rinandn 

.Half Back 

James Larroux 

.Half Back 

LeRoy Bontemps . 

.Quarter Back 

Ernilft Pprre . 

.Full Back 

Leo Heinen ... . 

.Center 

Charles Hiern . 

.Center 

George Ader 

.Guard 

Murray McCarley . 

.Guard 

George Falgout . 

Clarence Daigle . 

..Tackle 

.Tackle 


Jared Thiery .-.^nd 

Ignatius Fabacher .-.End 

LeRoy Snell .Back Field 

Edmond Kinberger .Back Field 

Joseph Jones .Back Field 

Denois Trahan .Line 

Audley Sides .Center 

Anthony Taranto .-.Line 

Anthony Brady .Line 


JUNIOR FOOT BALL TEAMS 


1st TEAM 


2nd TEAM 


George Toca (Capt.) 
Richard Doggett 
Ignatius Collotta 
George Cassimus 
Marcel Gueniot 
Edmund Giering 
Ralph O’Leary 
Joseph Schiro 
Louis Vallon 


Clarence Weiman 
Emmett Chassiniol 
Julio Andrade 
Judlin Girot 
Joseph Blaize 
Alfred Purple 
Marshal Ballard 
Twyman Sides 
Anthony Glover 


David Gray (Capt.) 
Theodore Posner 
Floyd Johnson 
Edward Walle 
Joseph Walle 
Anthony Taormina 
Marion Verlander 
Carl Lizana 
Lee Petrich 


Joseph M. O’Reilly 
Bernard Hayden 
Jack Horne 
Edward Sanchez 
Maurice Vicknair 
Donald Finlason 
Maurice Artigues 
John George 
Alfred Lejeune 


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STANISLAUS RESERVE FOOTBALL SQUAD 


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JUNIOR FOOTBALL TEAMS 










■ 



BASKET BALL COURT AND AUDITORIUM 


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STANISLAUS VARSITY BASKET BALL TEAM 

86 

Forster Commagere, Coach Marchmont Schwartz, Captain, Forward 

James LaNasa ...Forward Dominick Sassone ...Forward 


Henry Bonura .Center 

Vincent Burns .Guard 

Leo Heinen .Guard 


Edward Zaumbrecker ....Guard 

Charles Genard .Forward 

Frederick Levering .Forward 


RECORD 


St. Stanislaus.3 1 


St. Stanislaus. 

.24 

St. Stanislaus. 

.15 

St. Stanislaus. 

.33 

St. Stanislaus. 

.42 

St. Stanislaus. 

.24 

St. Stanislaus. 

.37 

St. Stanislaus. 

.27 

St. Stanislaus. 

.47 

St. Stanislaus. 

. 23 

St. Stanislaus. 

.41 


Mississippi State Teachers.. 


Young Men’s Hebrew Association. 
Spring Hill College. 


.30 

St. Stanislaus 

30 

.34 

St. Stanislaus 

16 

.27 

St. Stanislaus. 

.29 

.24 

St. Stanislaus 

30 

.28 

St. Stanislaus. 

.23 

.33 

St. Stanislaus. 

.27 

.32 

St. Stanislaus. 

. 27 

.14 

.24 

.26 

.30 

St. Stanislaus. 

.41 

St. Stanislaus. 

.33 

St. Stanislaus. 

.28 


Spring Hill College.26 

Spring Hill College.41 

Spring Hill College.39 

Poplarville Aggies . 20 

Birmingham Southern .28 

Birmingham Southern .-.28 

Loyola University .53 

Loyola University .63 

St. Salesianum, Chicago Tourn.29 

Decatur High, Chicago Tourn.33 


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STANISLAUS VARSITY BASKET BALL TEAM 


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STANISLAUS “RESERVES” 

88 


BASKET BALL TEAM 


Forster Commagere, Coach Alfred Ware, Captain 

Allen Generes 
Samuel Haik . 

Luke Babin ... 

Audley Sides 

RECORD 

At Bay St. Louis, Reserves.25 N. O. K. of C.26 

At Bay St. Louis, Reserves.18 Triangle A. C.26 


Forward Marcel Rayne . Center 

.....Center Scott Hubert .. Forward 

.Guard Denis Trahan .Forward 

.Guard Casper Kramer .Center 


STANISLAUS 135-lb. BASKET BALL TEAM 


STANISLAUS 125-lb. BASKET BALL TEAM 


Brother Gerald, Coach 


Andrew Fernandez . Forward 

Aubrey Leger .Forward 

Winston Bradley . Forward 

William Wilson .Forward 

LeRoy Bontemps ....Center 

John Hunter .Center 

Santino Rinaudo . Guard 

Harry Glover .Guard 

Edmund Kimberger ....Guard 

Ignatius Fabacher .Guard 

Jared Thiery ..._.Guard 

Frank Reyes .Forward 

John Massengill .Forward 


Brother Gerald, Coach 


Harold Sporl . Forward 

George Toca .Forward 

Ignatius Colotta .Forward 

Joseph Blaize .Center 

Herbert Kenison . Center 

Louis Gueniot . Guard 

Lawrence Vallon ....Guard 

Charlton Cantara .Forward 

John Waters .Guard 

Julio Andrade . Guard 

Clarence Weiman .Guard 

Elisha Lott .Forward 

Lucas Vaccaro ._.Guard 

Ralph O’Leary .Forward 

Joseph Yuja . Forward 


RECORD 


At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.24 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.62 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.1 8 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.30 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 1 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.22 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 7 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.20 

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K. of C. Juniors. 12 

I. A. C. of N. 0.10 

B. P. O. E. Juniors of N. 0.„. 16 

Pass Christian A. C.2 1 

Kiln Consolidated Schools.1 0 

Escatawpa High School.14 

Redemptorists of N. 0.13 

Pass Christian A. C.22 


RECORD 


At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.20 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 1 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.59 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 7 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 1 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.35 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.29 

At Bay St. Louis, St. Stanislaus.3 1 


N. O. Elks 125-lb.31 

Princeton Ath. Club.2 1 

National Ath. Club.II 

Harmony A. C.2 1 

P. A. C.24 

N. O. Jesuit Juniors. 9 

Silva’s Stars ....|6 

N. O. Elks 125-lb.14 


























































































































STANISLAUS “RESERVES” BASKET BALL TEAM 


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STANISLAUS 135 POUND BASKET BALL TEAM 














STANISLAUS 125 POUND BASKET BALL TEAM 


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STANISLAUS VARSITY BASE BALL TEAM 

$ 


Henry Bonura . 

Emile Perre . 

Matthew Montz . 

LeRoy Bontemps . 

Harry Glover, Jr. 

Andrew Fernandez 
Marchmont Schwartz 


Forster Commagere, Coach Santino Rinaudo, Third Base, Captain 


.Short Stop 

..Second Base 
First Base 

.Catcher 

.Catcher 

.Left Field 

..Center Field 


Ignatius Fabacher 

George Leger . 

John Kenner . 

Alden Collier . 

James LaNasa . 

Thomas Egloff . 


Right Field 
Center Field 
...Right Field 

.Pitcher 

.Pitcher 

.Pitcher 


RECORD 


St. Stanislaus. 4 

St. Stanislaus. 1 

St. Stanislaus. 5 

St. Stanislaus.1 4 

St. Stanislaus.1 5 

St. Stanislaus. 5 

St. Stanislaus. 8 


Whitney Central Bank of N. O. .. 3 


Millsaps College . 5 

Millsaps College . 0 

Labiche & Graff . 4 

N. O. K. of C. 5 

Gulfport Cotton States. 6 

Eberhard’s Semi-Pros.12 


St. Stanislaus. 6 

St. Stanislaus. 5 

St. Stanislaus.1 1 

St. Stanislaus.13 

St. Stanislaus. 4 

St. Stanislaus... 1 

St. Stanislaus. 9 


Birmingham Southern College 8 

Birmingham Southern College 6 


Buck Eye Malts of N. O.. 5 

Spring Hill Frosh.- 9 

Spring Hill Frosh. 9 

Eberhard’s Semi-Pros.— 6 

N. O. Public Service.- 3 


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STANISLAUS VARSITY BASE BALL TEAM 


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STANISLAUS SECOND BASE BALL TEAM 

£6 

Center Field 
...Right Field 

.Pitcher 

.Pitcher 

.Left Field 

.First Base 

.Outfield 

.Outfield 

.First Base 


Forster Commagere .Coach Aubrey Leger - 

Scott Hubert .First Base George Falgout .... 

George Slade .Second Base Fernand Menou . 

George Toca .Short Stop George Ader . 

Harold Sporl .Third Base Joseph McMeel .... 

Harry Glover, Jr.. Catcher Herbert Kenison 

Alfred Ware .Pitcher Lester Danner .... 

Frederick Davis . Pitcher Charlton Cantara 

Ernest Baron .Left Field Casper Kramer 


RECORD 



At Bay St. Louis, Reserves. 

. 3 Kiln, Miss. . 

. 2 



At Kiln, Miss., Reserves. 

. 2 Kiln, Miss. 

. 6 




JUNIOR BASE BALL TEAMS 



1st 

TEAM 

2nd 

TEAM 

3rd 

TEAM 

Benjamin Philips(C.) 

Joseph Walle 

Thomas Yalets (C.) 

Warren Aylesworth 

Charles Richard (C.) 

Harold Toca 

Edward Walle 

Sidney Martin 

Donald Finlason 

Joseph Trippe 

Frederick Lang 

Ogden Kergosien 

Twyman Sides 

Alfred Lejeune 

Marion Verlander 

James Dam 

Robert Labry 

Edmund Blaize 

Theodore Posner 

Thomas Walsh 

Edward Blaize 

Ainsworth Kidd 

LeRoy Strong 

William Schwartz 

Jack Horne 

Anthony Glover 

Carl Banderet 

Bernard Hayden 

Claude Quintini 

Joseph Villa 

Lee Petrich 

David Gray 

Joseph O’Reilly 

Maurice Vicknair 

Edward Heitzman 

Michael Cusimano 

William Ames 

Carl Lizana 

Anthony Walle 

Charles Gerchow 

Joseph Benigno 

Albert Bruzeau 

Floyd Johnson 

George Cassimus 

Maurice Artigues 

Edward Sanchez 

Howard Carver 



* 


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STANISLAUS SECOND BASE BALL TEAM 


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JUNIOR BASE BALL TEAMS 












SAINT STANISLAUS AUDITORIUM 


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STANISLAUS TRACK TEAM 


Henry Bonura. 

Santino Rinaudo ... 

Winston Bradley . 

John Schiro . 

Joseph Schiro . 

Foster Fournier . 

Albert Leonhard . 

Harold Sporl . 

Rudolph Huberwald 

Allen Generes . 

Emile J. Lacoste, Jr. 
Harry Glover, Jr. 



Forster Commagere, Coach 


Captain, Weights and Javelin 

.Sprints and Jumps 

.Sprints and Jumps 

....Middle Distance 

.Sprints 

.Hurdles and Jumps 

.Hurdles 

...Hurdles 

.Sprints and Hurdles 

.Hurdles 

.Jumps 

.Pole Vault and Weights 


John Scafide . 

Edward Zaunbrecher 

Murray McCarley . 

Audley Sides . 

George Leger . 

Ed. Kimberger . 

Winfield Partridge . 

Walter Leonhard . 

Frederick Levering .... 

Ambrose Burns . 

Ernest Baron . 

Frank Reyes . 


.Weights 

_Weights 

...Hammer & 56 

.Discus 

.Weights 

. ..Long Distance 
Long Distance 
Long Distance 

..Javelin 

.Sprints 

Middle Distance 
.Walk 

























































STANISLAUS TRACK TEAM 


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CLASS 1927 

86 

Diplomas With Honors of Graduation are Granted to 


LUKE B. BABIN 
ELMO N. BLAIZE 
RALPH S. BLAIZE 

LEROY D. BONTEMPS 
HENRY J. BONURA 
JOHN W. BRADLEY 
ANTHONY J. BRADY 
ALPHONSE M. BURKE 
VINCENT A. BURNS 

ROBERT A. CARMOUCHE 
FRANK J. CHALONA 
ALBERTO DIAZ del DIO 
FOSTER FOURNIER 
JAMES GATENS 

W. LEONARD GRAY 
SAMUEL J. GREENE 
SCOTT F. HUBERT 
HERBERT S. KENISON 
JULIO L. KRAUS 
MARCEL J. KREMER 


JAMES E. LANASA 

ALBERT T. LEONHARD 
FERNAND M. MENOU 
MURRAY McCARLEY 
MATTHEW F. MONTZ 
ARTHUR S. NAYLOR 
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT 
LAWRENCE A. REICKER 
STEPHEN de los REYES 
SANTINO J. RINAUDO 

MARCHMONT SCHWARTZ 
GEORGE L. SEUZENEAU 
JOHN G. SIMPSON 
GEORGE J. SLADE 
JARED A. THIERY 


JOSEPH L. VACCARO 
ALFRED A. WARE 
JOHN W. WATERS 
EDWARD J. ZAUNBRECHER 





CLASS 1927 



1. Carmouche, Robert 

2. Diaz, Alberto 

3. Chalona, Frank 


4. 

Kenison, Herbert 

7. 

Rinaudo, Santino 

10 . 

Vaccaro, J. L. 

5. 

Kraus, Julio 

8. 

de los Reyes, Stephen 

1 1 . 

Waters, John 

6. 

McCarley, Murray 

9. 

Thiery, Jared 

12. 

Blaize, Ralph 


13. Blaize, Elmo 


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CLASS 1927 



14. 

Foster, Fournier 

17. 

Schwartz, Marchmont 

15. 

Plunkett, Joseph 

18. 

Babin, Luke 

16. 

Seuzeneau, George 

19. 

Bonura, Henry 


20. Bradley, Winston 23. Burke, Alfonse 

21. Brady, Anthony 24. Gatens, James 

22. Burns, Vincent 25. Gray, Leonard 


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26. Hubert, Scott 























CLASS 1927 



27. 

LaNasa, James 

30. 

Naylor, Arthur 


33. 

Ware, Alfred 

28. 

Menou, Fernand 

3 1. 

Riecker, Lawrence 


34. 

Zaunbrecher, Edward 

29. 

Montz, Matthew 

32. 

Slade, George 

* 

35. 

Greene, Samuel 


39. Simpson, John 


36. Bontemps, Leroy 
3 7. Kremer, Marcel 
38. Leonhard, Albert 

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THE ALUMNI GOLD MEDAL 


FOR SCHOLARSHIP 


in the 


SENIOR CLASS 
SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT 


Was Merited By 


FOSTER FOURNIER 

Next in Merit 


JOHN W. WATERS 


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| THE COBURN WESTON GOLD MEDAL 

FOR SCHOLARSHIP 

in the 


SENIOR CLASS 
COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 


Was Merited By 

ALBERT T. LEONHARD 

Next in Merit 

A 


JAMES GATENS 







AWARDS 


& 


THE CHAS. M. WATERS GOLD MEDAL 
FOR CLASS ATTENDANCE 

Students who were present on the opening day of the 
session and who were not absent during the entire session 
are entitled to compete for this medal: 


THE FOURNIER GOLD MEDAL FOR ATTENDANCE 

Boarding students who were not absent from College 
during the entire session are entitled to draw for this medal. 

Seniors 


HERBERT KENISON 
ALFRED WARE 
AMBROSE V. BURNS 
ANTOINE BRADY 
EDMUND GIERING 
THOMAS EGLOFF 
RENE de MONTLUZIN 
CHARLTON CANTARA 


RICHARD O’LEARY 
GEORGE ADER 
NICHOLAS DISCHLER 
JOSEPH BLAIZE 
JOHN SCHIRO 
RUDOLPH HUBERWALD 
ROBERT PHILLPOTT 
JOHN O’BRIEN 


LUKE B. BABIN 
HERBERT KENISON 
EDWARD ZAUNBRECHER 
ANTHONY BRADY 
LUKE VACCARO 
ERNEST BARON 
FREDERICK DAVIS 
CHARLES GOSSEN 
JOSEPH BUTTROSS 
LEROY SNELL 
EDWARD HOCHENEDEL 
GEORGE ADER 
LEO HEINEN 
CHARLTON CANTARA 


DENIS TRAHAN 
GEORGE LEGER 
EDMUND KIMBERGER 
WILLIAM WILSON 
ARTHUR ECHEVERRIA 
NICHOLAS DISCHLER 
CLARENCE DAIGLE 
DANIEL ANDRIES 
CHARLES BAGLAND 
LESTER DANNER 
LLOYD LeBOEUF 
JOSEPH YUJA 
BRYAN DUFF 
ERNEST CASTILLO 


THE R. E. de los REYES GOLD MEDAL 
FOR CLASS ATTENDANCE 


A. J. HEINEMANN GOLD MEDAL 
FOR ATTENDANCE 

Juniors 


Grammar 

RICHARD DOGGETT 
FLOYD JOHNSON 
BRYAN DUFF 
LAWRENCE VALLON 
EDWARD WALLE 
MARION VERLANDER 


l Department 

EDWARD PLAN 
EDMOND BLAIZE 
CHARLES BANDERET 
CARL BANDERET 
CHARLES KERGOSIEN 
WILLIAM O’BRIEN 


DAVID GRAY 
CHARLES RICHARD 
WILLIAM AMES 
IGNATIUS COLOTTA 
RICHARD DOGGETT 
JOHN HORNE 
FLOYD JOHNSON 
THEODORE POSNER 
MAURICE ARTIGUES 
ALBERT BRUZEAU 


DONALD FINLASON 
GERALD SPITZFADEN 
ANTHONY TAORMINA 
MARION VERLANDER 
EDWARD WALLE 
EDWARD PLAN 
EDWARDO SANCHEZ 
ANTHONY WALLE 
JOSEPH WALLE 
EUGENE TAORMINA 


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AWARDS 


THE BROTHER ISIDORE GOLD MEDAL 
FOR DEPORTMENT, JUNIORS 


THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS GOLD MEDAL 
FOR DEPORTMENT 


Boarding students whose general average is 105 merits 
a week for the entire session and whose conduct is uni¬ 
formly satisfactory are entitled to compete for the Gold 
Medal in their respective divisions. 

Seniors 


LUKE B. BABIN 
WINSTON BRADLEY 
VINCENT A. BURNS 
HERBERT KENISON 
JAMES LANASA 
STEPHEN de los REYES 
JOHN WATERS 
EDWARD ZAUNBRECHER 
ANTHONY BRADY 
SAMUEL GREENE 
MURRAY McCARLEY 
ARTHUR NAYLOR 
HENRY BONURA 
ALBERT DIAZ 
LUKE VACCARO 
SCOTT HUBERT 
LAWRENCE REICKER 
ALPHONSE BURKE 
ERNEST BARON 
FREDERICK DAVIS 
IGNATIUS FABACHER 
ALLEN GENERES 
CHARLES GOSSEN 
AUDLEY SIDES 
ANTHONY TARANTO 
JOSEPH BUTTROSS 
LEROY SNELL 
EDWARD HOCHENEDEL 
CASPER KRAEMER 
GEORGE ADER 
LEO HEINEN 
CHARLETON CANTARA 


IGNATIO DIAZ 
CHARLES HIERN 
DENIS TRAHAN 
GEORGE LEGER 
EDMUND KIMBERGER 
LOUIS BUSCH 
WILLIAM WILSON 
ALBERT UHRY 
NICHOLAS DISCHLER 
JOHN MASSENGILL 
DAN NORTHROP 
CLARENCE DAIGLE 
CHARLES BAGLEN 
EMMETT CHASSANIOL 
LESTER DANNER 
JUDLIN GIROT 
MARCEL GUENIOT 
RUDOLPH HUBERWALD 
LLOYD LeBOEUF 
STANLEY REYES 
FRANK SPRINGER 
GEORGE FALGOUT 
CLARENCE WEIMAN 
CHARLES GENARD 
JOSEPH WHITTMAN 
BRYAN DUFF 
LOUIS CORONADO 
ERNEST CASTILLO 
ARTURO ECHEVERIA 
SANTIAGO NUNEZ 
JOHN HYNES 


DAVID GRAY 
EDWARD SANCHEZ 
WILLIAM AMES 
EDWARD PLAN 
MAURICE ARTIGUES 
IGNATIUS COLOTTA 
JAMES DAM 
THEODORE POSNER 
CARL LIZANA 
CHARLES RICHARD 
RICHARD DOGGETT 
BERNARD HAYDEN 
ANTHONY WALLE 
TWYMAN SIDES 
FLOYD JOHNSON 
JOSEPH WALLE 
MARION VERLANDER 


LEE PETRICH 
WILLIAM PHILLPOTT 
ROBERT LABRY 
JOHN B. BLAIZE 
GERALD GORDON 
JOHN BOPP 


GEORGE CASSIMUS 
FRANCISCO CASTILLO 
BARRETT WILSON 
MAURICE VICKNAIR 
JOSEPH TRIPPE 
GERALD SPITZFADEN 
ALFRED WARRINER 
EDWARD WALLE 
ALBERT BRUZEAU 
JACK HORNE 
DONALD FINLASON 
ANTHONY TAORMINA 
EUGENE TAOMINA 
GEORGE GERCHOW 
ROBERT LABRY 
PAUL LABRY 


HAROLD TOCA 
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ 
EDMUND BLAIZE 
HERMAN BOPP 
RICHARD VERLANDER 


THE REV. A. G. GMELCH GOLD MEDAL 
FOR CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, HIGH SCHOOL 

MARCHMONT SCHWARTZ GEORGE LEGER 

FOSTER FOURNIER , WINFIELD PARTRIDGE 

ARTHUR NAYLOR *.JL RICHARD O’LEARY 

EDMUND GIERING^^rTji ALFRED LeJEUNE 

RALPH O’LEARY ROBERT PHILLPOTT 

JOSEPH BLAIZE GERALD GREVENBERG 


THE REV. NELIUS DOWNING GOLD MEDAL 
FOR CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, GRAMMAR SCHOOL 


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AWARDS 

3 


THE WALTER J. GEX GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


THE GRAHAM & CO. GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


Students whose general average is 105 Merits a week 
for the entire year are entitled to compete for the Gold 
Medal in their respective grades. 

Senior Year, Scientific 


HERBERT KENISON 
MURRAY McCARLEY 
ELMO BLAIZE 
ALBERT DIAZ 
STEPHEN de los REYES 


SANTINO RINAUDO 
FOSTER FOURNIER 
RALPH BLAIZE 
L. LUKE VACCARO 
JOHN WATERS 


Tenth Grade (A) 


NICHOLAS DISCHLER 
EDWARD KIMBERGER 
JOHN SCHIRO 
GEORGE LEGER 
LEO HEINEN 
CLARENCE DAIGLE 


DAVID F. GRAY 
CHARLES BAGLAN 
LEO TWYMAN SIDES 
JOSEPH BLAIZE 
JOSEPH BUTTROSS 


THE D. H. HOFFMAN GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


THE HANCOCK COUNTY BANK GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


Senior Year, Commercial 


ANTOINE BRADY 
GEORGE SLADE 
A. VINCENT BURNS 
ALFRED WARE 
LEROY BONTEMPS 


JAMES GATENS 
WINSTON BRADLEY 
JAMES LANASA 
LEONARD GRAY 


Tenth Grade (B) 


RICHARD O’LEARY 
RENE De MONTLUZUN 
ROBERT LACOSTE 
WINFIELD PARTRIDGE 
CHARLTON CANTARA 
WALTER LEONHARD 
DANIEL NORTHROP 
THOMAS EGLOFF 
AUBREY LEGER 
WARREN CARVER 


MARSHALL BALLARD 
LEROY SNELL 
ALVIN GENIN 
CASPER KRAEMER 
DANIEL ANDRIES 
JAMES GILLESPIE 
CHARLES HIERN 
PAUL CAPDEVIELLE 
IGNATIUS DIAZ 
DENIS TRAHAN 


THE ARMOUR & CO. GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 

Eleventh Grade 

EDMUND GIERIN BERNARD JONES 

RALPH O’LEARY *' v AUDLEY SIDES 

ERNEST BARON EMILE J. LACOSTE 


THE I. L. LYONS GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 

Ninth Grade 


JOHN O’BRIEN 
ROBERT PHILLPOTT 
DAVE TELHIARD 
CHARLES RICHARD 
JOSEPH TRIPPE 
JUDLIN GIROT 


JOSEPH LeBLANC 
GEORGE FALGOUT 
JOSEPH YUJA 
RUDOLPH HUBERWALD 
GERALD GREVEMBERG 


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AWARDS 


S 


A. W. HYATT STATIONERY MFG. CO., Ltd. 
GOLD MEDAL 

FOR APPLICATION 
Eighth Grade 

LAWRENCE VALLON JOSEPH WITTMAN 

FLOYD JOHNSON WILLIAM PHILLPOTT 

MAURICE VICKNAIR 


THE A. J. CLAVERIE GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


BROTHER ST. STANISLAUS GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 

Fifth Grade 

EDMUND BLAIZE CHARLES KERGOSIEN 

CHARLES BANDERET JOSEPH WALLE 

CARL BANDERET GEORGE HEITZMAN 

EDMUND FAHEY 


BROTHER OSMOND GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 

Fourth Grade 

JAMES GREVEMBERG HERMAN BOPP 

CLAUDE QUINTINI ANDREW BECKER 

JACK PEPPERDENE 


Seventh Grade 

MARION VERLANDER ELLIOT BLAIZE 

DONALD FINLASON WILLIAM BOURGEOIS 


THE MERCHANTS BANK GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION 


Sixth Grade 


JOHN BOPP 
ERNEST CASTILLIO 
JAMES DAM 
GEORGE CASSIMUS- 


CHARLES GERCHOW 
EDWARD HEITZMAN 
HAROLD TOCA 
OGDEN KERGOSIEN 


THE FRANK MANN GOLD MEDAL 
FOR APPLICATION IN MUSIC 


LUKE VACCARO 
JOHN WATERS 
IGNATIUS DIAZ 
RENE de MONTLUZIN 
GERALD GREVEMBERG 
JOSEPH TRIPPE 
JULIO KRAUSE 
PAUL CAPDEVIELLE 
MARSHALL BALLARD 
LLOYD LeBOEUF 
ROBERT PHILLPOTT 
ROBERT CAMORS 
WILLIAM PHILLPOTT 
ROBERT LABRY 
LEO SIDES 
AUDLEY SIDES 
EMILE MEYERS 
JOSEPH YUJA 
WILLIAM AMES 


SAMUEL BALLARD 
RICHARD DOGGETT 
JESSE JOHNSON 
CHARLES GERCHOW 
WALTER LEONHARD 
HENRY BONURA 
ALFRED LEONHARD 
THEODORE STECHMANN 
STANLEY REYES 
BERNARD HAYDEN 
RENE NICAISE 
BARRETT WILSON 
ANTHONY WALLE 
ROBERT STANSBURY 
JOSEPH O'REILLY 
LEROY SNELL 
GEORGE ADER 
ALBERT BRUZEAU 
RUDOLPH ALVAREZ 


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TYPEWRITING DEPARTMENT 

SCHOOL AWARDS 

(Offered by the Underwood Typewriter Company to all Schools) 


CONDITIONS: 1. Only one test is allowed each month. 2. 

Time of test, fifteen minutes. 3. Number of errors is not limited. 
4. Ten words (50 strokes) must be subtracted from the gross num¬ 
ber for each error. 5. The length of the words is standardized by 
counting the number of strokes and allowing five strokes to the 
word. 

FIRST AWARD: INITIAL CERTIFICATE — 30 net words 

per minute. 


SECOND AWARD: BRONZE MEDAL—40 net words per min¬ 
ute. 

THIRD AWARD: SILVER MEDAL—50 net words per minute. 

FOURTH AWARD: GOLD MEDAL-60 net words per minute. 

FIFTH AWARD: GOLD MEDAL-(set with pearls)-70 net 

words per minute. 


LIST OF TYPISTS WHO HAVE WON AWARDS AND THEIR HIGHEST RATE OF SPEED PER MINUTE 


3rd Year 

(About 300 hours’ practice) 


George Slade ...._..67 

Jared Thiery .6 I 

Julio Andrade . 61 

Luke Babin . 54 

Vincent Burns ..54 

Alfred Ware .53 

John Scafidi . 53 

Walter Leonhard . 52 

Ignatius Fabacher .5 1 

Aubrey Leger ..49 

Scott Hubert .49 

Reginald Blaize .48 

Edmund Giering ....48 

Harry Glover .47 

Winston Bradley .46 

Fred Levering .45 

Denis Trahan .45 

Marcel Kremer ..45 

Samuel Greene .45 

Bernard Jones .:.44 

Stephen de los Reyes .44 

Ernest Baron ....43 

Joseph Plunkett .42 

Jules Dufrechou .42 

Daniel Andries .42 

Lester Danner ...4 1 

Theodore Stechmann .40 

Edward Stephenson .40 


FOR 15 MINUTES 


2nd Year 

(About 200 hours’ practice) 


Ignacio Diaz . 78 

Albert Leonhard .72 

Anthony Brady . 68 

Henry Bonura .64 


1st Year 

(About 100 hours’ practice) 


Lloyd LeBoeuf .59 

Murray McCarley .46 

Santino Rinaudo .43 

Aloysius Dubuisson .42 

Fernand Menou ...41 

Nicholas Dischler .39 

Casper Kramer . 38 

Stanley Reyes .38 

Matthew Montz ..3 7 

James Gatens . 37 

John Simpson ....3 7 

James Gillespie ...36 

Leroy Bontemps . 36 

James La Nasa .35 

Alphonse Burke .35 

Edmund Kinberger .33 

Anthony Taranto . 33 

Joseph Yuja .33 

Leo Heinen .33 

Robert Carmouche . 33 

Leonard Gray ...33 

Pedro Ruax .33 

Emile Perre . 32 

Edward Zaunbrecher .32 

Emmett Chassaniol .3 1 

Anthony Glover .30 

Daniel Northrop .....30 

Arthur Naylor .30 

Herbert Kenison .30 

Allen Generes .30 


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CHAPEL 


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STUDENT BODY 


86 


Adams, Gus .Mississippi 

Ader, George Henry.Louisiana 

Alvarez, Daniel Rudolph .Alabama 

Andrade, Julio . Spain 

Andries, Daniel ..Louisiana 

Ames, William .Mississippi 

Artigues, Maurice John .Louisiana 

Aylesworth, Warren .Ohio 

4 

Babin, Luke B.Louisiana 

Badon, John J.Louisiana 

Baglan, Charles .Mississippi 

Ballard, Marshall, Jr.Mississippi 

Ballard, Samuel . Mississippi 

Banderet, Carl .Mississippi 

Banderet, Charles .Mississippi 

Baron, Ernest Ramon .Louisiana 

Becker, Andrew .Mississippi 

Benigno, Anthony .Mississippi 

Benigno, Joseph .. Mississippi 

Bertin, Marshall .Mississippi 

Black, James Hillary .Mississippi 

Blaize, Bernard . Mississippi 

Blaize, Edmond .Mississippi 

Blaize, Edward . Mississippi 

Blaize, Elliot Vincent .Mississippi 

Blaize, Elmo .Mississippi 

Blaize, John Baptist .Mississippi 

Blaize, Joseph Sebastian .Mississippi 

Blaize, Leo . Mississippi 

Blaize, Osmond .Mississippi 

Blaize, Ralph, Jr.Mississippi 

Blaize, Reginald N., Jr.Mississippi 

Boh, John Hillary.Mississippi 

Boh, Sidney .Mississippi 


Bontemps, Irwin .Mississippi 

Bontemps, Leroy David .Mississippi 

Bonura, Henry .Louisiana 

Bopp, Herman . Mississippi 

Bopp, John ..Mississippi 

Boudreau, Earl .Louisiana 

Bourgeois, William .Mississippi 

Bradley, John Winston.Louisiana 

Brady, Anthony .Louisiana 

Bruzeau, Albert Romand .Louisiana 

Burke, Alphonse M.Louisiana 

Burns, Vincent Ambrose .Louisiana 

Busch, Louis .Louisiana 

Buttross, Joseph .Mississippi 

Byrnes, Carter .:.Mississippi 

Cain, Bruce .Mississippi 

Camors, Robert . Mississippi 

Cantara, Charleton .Ohio 

Capdevielle, Christian .Louisiana 

Capdevielle, Paul .Louisiana 

Cappel, Lucius . Louisiana 

Carmouche, Robert ...Louisiana 

Carver, Howard . Mississippi 

Carver, Warren .Mississippi 

Cassimus, George . Florida 

Castillo, Ernesto .j . Mexico 

Castillo, Francisco . Mexico 

Castro,, Joseph . Louisiana 

Chalona, Frank .'...Louisiana 

Chassaniol, Emmett .Mississippi 

Clement, James . Louisiana 

Clement, Max Paul .Louisiana 

Combe, Adrian J.Mississippi 

Collier, Alden .Mississippi 

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STUDENT BODY—Continued 

88 


Collier, Patrick T...Mississippi 

Collier, Robert .Mississippi 

Colotta, Ignatius .Mississippi 

Cusimano, Michael .Louisiana 

Daigle, Clarence .Louisiana 

Dam, James .Louisiana 

Danner, Lester .Louisiana 

Davis, Frederic .Georgia 

Diaz, Alberto del rio... Mexico 

Diaz, Ignacio del rio.Mexico 

Di Benedetto, Anthony .Mississippi 

Di Benedetto, George .Mississippi 

Dickens, Frederick T.Louisiana 

Dischler, Nicholas .».Louisiana 

Doggett, Richard .Mississippi 

Dubuisson, Aloysius .Mississippi 

Duff, Bryan M.Panama 

Dufrechou, Jules Arthur . Mississippi 

Downing, Loyal ..Indiana 

Echeverria, Arturo .Costa Rica 

Egloff, Thomas W.Mississippi 

Elder, William .Louisiana 

Fabacher, Ignatius .Louisiana 

Fahey, Edmond Francis .Mississippi 

Falgout, George ...Louisiana 

Favre, Earl . Mississippi 

Favre, George .Mississippi 

Favre, Harold .Mississippi 

Favre, Lucian .Mississippi 

Ferchaud, George . Mississippi 

Fernandez, Andrew .Cuba 

Finlason, Donald .Alabama 

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Fitzgerald, Thomas .Louisiana 

Fournier, Alex Foster .Mississippi 

Gatens, James .Mississippi 

George, John Joseph . Alabama 

Genard, Charles .Louisiana 

Generes, Allen H.Louisiana 

Genin, Alvin .Mississippi 

Gertjiow, Charles ....Costa Rica 

Gerchow, George.Costa Rica 

Giering, Edmund Jos.Mississippi 

Gillespie, James O.Mississippi 

Gillespie, John .Mississippi 

Girot, Judlin H.Mississippi 

Glover, James Anthony .Mississippi 

Glover, Henry Cyril .Mississippi 

Gordon, Gerard Weaver .Mississippi 

Gossen, Charles .Louisiana 

Gray, David ..Florida 

Gray, William Leonard . Florida 

Greene, Samuel .Louisiana 

Green, Waller .Mississippi 

Grevemberg, Gerald .Louisiana 

Grevemberg, James .Louisiana 

Gueniot, Louis .Louisiana 

Gueniot, Marcel .Louisiana 

Haik, Samuel Joseph .Louisiana 

Hanlon, Edward .Alabama 

Hayden, Bernard .Mississippi 

Hiern, Charles .Louisiana 

Heinen, Leo .Louisiana 

Heitzmann, Edward .Mississippi 

Heitzmann, George . Mississippi 

Henderson, Zachary .Texas 














































































STUDENT BODY—Continued 

88 


Henry, Charles .Mississippi 

Hobbs, Francis Joseph .Mississippi 

Hochenedel, Edward L.Louisiana 

Horne, Jack .Mississippi 

Hubert, Scott .Mississippi 

Huberwald, Rudolph .Louisiana 

Hunter, John .Louisiana 

Hunter William . Louisiana 

Hynes, John .Louisiana 

Johnson, Floyd .Louisiana 

Johnson, Jesse .Mississippi 

Jones, Bernard Gerald .Mississippi 

Jones, Joseph .Mississippi 

Kenison, Herbert Simms .Mississippi 

Kenner, John .Louisiana 

Kergosien, Charles .Mississippi 

Kergosien, Ogden ...Mississippi 

Kevlin, Ross .Louisiana 

Kidd, Ainsworth .Louisiana 

Kidd, Raymond . Louisiana 

Kimberger, Edmond .Louisiana 

Kramer, Casper P.Louisiana 

Krauss, Julio Leopold .Panama 

Kremer, Marcel .Mississippi 

Labry, Paul .Louisiana 

Labry, Robert .Louisiana 

Lacoste, Emile J.:.Mississippi 

Lacoste, Robert .Mississippi 

Ladner, Ernest .Mississippi 

Ladner, John .Mississippi 

Ladner, Roy .Mississippi 

Ladner, Sylvan .Mississippi 


Lang, Frederick .Mississippi 

LaNasa, James .Louisiana 

Larose, Joseph Henry .Mississippi 

Larroux, Emile .Mississippi 

Larroux, James .Mississippi 

LeBlanc, J. Hall .Louisiana 

LeBlanc, Joseph .Mississippi 

LeBoeuf, Lloyd .Louisiana 

Lejeune, Alfred .:.Mississippi 

Leger, Aubrey .Louisiana 

Leger, George . Louisiana 

Leonhard, Albert .Mississippi 

Leonhard, Walter .Mississippi 

Levering, Frederick .Tennessee 

Lewis, James .Louisiana 

Lince, Ralph .Venezuela 

Lizana, Carl Anthony .Mississippi 

Lott, Elisha Anthony .Mississippi 

Maurigi, Gasper .Mississippi 

Maurigi, Russell .Mississippi 

Martin, Louisiana . Louisiana 

McCarley, Murray B.Mississippi 

McCracken, William .Mississippi 

McKenzie, William .Missouri 

McMeel, Donald .Louisiana 

McMeel, Joseph Frank .Louisiana 

Massengill, John B.Louisiana 

Menou, Fernand .Louisiana 

Menou, Jules .Louisiana 

Meyer, Emile .Louisiana 

Monti, Thomas .Mississippi 

Montlezuin, Rene de .Mississippi 

Montz, Matthew .Louisiana 

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STUDENT BODY—Continued 

98 


Moran, Clarence .Mississippi 

Naylor, Arthur .Louisiana 

Nicaise, Reno . Mississippi 

Northrop, Daniel .Mississippi 

Nicaise, Theodore .Mississippi 

Nunez, Santiago .Cuba 

O’Brien, Charles . Mississippi 

O’Brien, John .Mississippi 

O’Brien, William ....Mississippi 

O’Leary, Ralph .Florida 

O’Leary, Richard . Florida 

O’Leary, J. Robert . Florida 

O’Leary, Thomas .Florida 

O’Reilly, Joseph M., Jr.Missouri 

Partridge, Winfield . Mississippi 

Penrose, Clement .Mississippi 

Penrose, Norvin .Mississippi 

Pepperdene, Jack .Mississippi 

Perre, Emile .Mississippi 

Petrich, Lee . v ,.Texas 

Phillips, Benjamin .Louisiana 

Phillpott, William .Mississippi 

Phillpott, Robert .Mississippi 

Plan, Edward .Alabama 

Plunkett, Joseph H.Mississippi 

Posner, Theodore .Louisiana 

Privat, Fernand .Louisiana 

Purple, Alfred .Mississippi 

Quintini, Claud . Mississippi 

Rayne, Marcel .Louisiana 

Rebennack, Robert .Louisiana 


Rebennack, Milton F.Louisiana 

Reicker, Lawrence A. Mississippi 

Reyes, Frank L.Louisiana 

Reyes, Stanley .Louisiana 

Reyes, Stephen de los .Louisiana 

Richard, Charles Joseph.Louisiana 

Richards, Willis . L .Oklahoma 

Rinaudo, Santino J.Louisiana 

Roland, James C...;.Mississippi 

Ruax, Pedro .Spain 

Rushing, Lester .*,.Louisiana 

Salvant, James .Louisiana 

Sanchez, Edward ..Louisiana 

Sassone, Dominick .Mississippi 

Saucier, Harry H., Jr.Mississippi 

Scafide, Anthony .Mississippi 

Scafide, August . Mississippi 

Scafide, John A.Mississippi 

Schiro, John P.Mississippi 

Schiro, Joseph L. Mississippi 

Schwartz, Marchmont .Mississippi 

Schwartz, Rolla .Louisiana 

Schwartz, William .Mississippi 

Scortina, Anthony .Louisiana 

Seuzeneau, George .Mississippi 

Shepherd, Alden .Mississippi 

Shunk, Douglas .Florida 

Sides, Audley . Mississippi 

Sides, Leo Twyman .Mississippi 

Simpson, John Gervais .Mississippi 

Slade, George Joseph .Mississippi 

Smith, William .Mississippi 

Smith, William G.Tennessee 

Snell, LeRoy .Louisiana 


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STUDENT BODY—Continued 

86 


Spitzfaden, Gerald Milton .Louisiana 

Sporl, Harold D. Mississippi 

Springer, Frank . .Mississippi 

Stansbury, Robert .Louisiana 

Stechmann, Theodore . Mississippi 

Stephenson, Edward .Louisiana 

Strong, LeRoy .Mississippi 

Sullivan, George ..Louisiana 

Surcouf, Arthur .Mississippi 

Taormina, Anthony .Louisiana 

Taormina, Eugene .Louisiana 

Taranto, Anthony V.Florida 

Telhiard, David . Mississippi 

Thiery, Jared . y .Louisiana 

Toca, Alden ..>.Mississippi 

Toca, George . Mississippi 

Toca, Harold .Mississippi 

Trahan, Denis .Louisiana 

Trippe, Joseph .Mississippi 

True, C. J.Mississippi 

Uhry, Albert .Louisiana 

Vaccaro, J. Lucas .Louisiana 

Vallon, Lawrence .Mississippi 

Van Court, Robert B.Mississippi 

Vella, Joseph . Louisiana 

Verlander, Elmore .Mississippi 

Verlander, Richard .Mississippi 


Verlander, Marion J. A. Louisiana 

Vicknair, Morris .Louisiana 

Vickery, Lionel . Mississippi 

Villa, Anthony Lopez . Louisiana 

Villere, Oswald .Mississippi 

Ware, Alfred A.Louisiana 

Warriner, Alfred .Louisiana 

Waters, John William .Louisiana 

Walle, Anthony .Louisiana 

Walle, Edward .Louisiana 

Walle, Joseph .Louisiana 

Weiman, Clarence . Louisiana 

Wells, Thomas Lee . Mississippi 

Walsh, Thomas .Alabama 

Williams, Samuel .Alabama 

White, Patrick .Louisiana 

Wilson, Barrett .Louisiana 

Wilson, William . Louisiana 

Wittman, Joseph .Mississippi 

Wittman, Randell .Mississippi 

Wogan, George .Louisiana 

Wogan, Paul .Louisiana 

Yalets, Thomas B. Louisiana 

Younger, Bernard .Mississippi 

Yuja, Joseph A.Texas 

Zaunbrecker, Edward .Louisiana 


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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

of 

ST. STANISLAUS COLLEGE 

86 ! 

The objects of this Association are: 1st, to preserve and increase the filial affection which former students bear to 
their Alma Mater, and to encourage them to further its interests as far as lies in their power. 2nd, to renew and perpetuate 
the friendships of younger days. 3rd, to provide its membeis with the advice and help of sincere and trustworthy friends. 

The members of the Association consist of graduates and former students of St. Stanislaus College. By right of gradu¬ 
ation, graduates are received as members on application. All other students shall be admitted by a majority vote, a quorum 
being present. All graduates who sent in their application before the closing exercises of June, 1908, are enrolled as 
charter members. After that time all applicants for membership must go through the initiation ceremonies of reception. 


OFFICERS J9274929 


August Claverie (1877). 

Brother Peter . 

Michael M. Irwin (1916) 
Guy Ros (1907). 


.President Charles Mitchell (1908).Third Vice-President 

.Honorary President Walter Gex, Jr. (1924).Secretary 

.First Vice-President Jules H. Mialaret (1911)...Treasurer 

Second Vice-President Father Leo Fahey (1914).Chaplain 


ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE PRESIDENT 

Robert Wilson (1882) Linden Braud (1904) 4 Charles Tassin (1897) 


8 

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ALUMNI ROLL 18714925 


John Claverie.. 

Henry Gelpi, * .. 

Thomas Bosworth, 

Louis Mestier, * - 

Arnould Pierce, - 

George Bates,. 

Patrick Hanlon, *- 

George Bates,- 

Louis Jacobs, *. 

August Claverie,- 

James Quinn,.. 

John Soubriaa, *- 

Gustave Ludwig,- 

Charles Gauthreaux,. 

Numa Schayot, ...*- 

Peter Judlin,*. 

Francis H. Lewis,- 

August M. Benedec, *. 

John Schoen, *_ 

Robert W. Wilson,. 

William Ludwig *. 

Frederick Reynoir, _ 

John J. Blank,-- 

Robert J. Druhan,- 

John J. Cox,- 

Maurice L. Provosty...... 

Pierre E. Soubriaa,. 

Robert C. Seeley,... 

Edwin M. Bayhi,. 

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1871. 

1872. 


1875. 


1876. 


1877. 


1879. 


1880. 


1882 


1884. 


1885. 


1887. 


1888. 


.New Orleans, La. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.Mobile, Ala. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..Mobile, Ala. 

.Mobile, Ala. 

.Mobile, Ala. 

_New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.St. James, La. 

.Pointe-a-la-Hache, La. 
.New Orleans, La. 

.W. Pascagoula, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.S. W. Pass, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Roads, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

_Thibodeaux, La. 

.. .Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


Pierre A. Turbeg, * -- 

M. Henry Becnel *. 

J. Manning Russel,-- 

1890. 

Robert E. LeBlanc,- 


..New Orleans, La. 

St. John Baptist, La. 
..New Orleans, La. 

...Paintcourtville, La. 


Ernest B. Douglas,. 

Harry W. Fitzpatrick, * 

J. Zacharie Hardee, * - 

J. Harrison Rees,- 

James F. Terrell,- 

Clement J. Dardignac...... 

G. Edward Wehrt,_ 

Bernard A. Dunne, *.. 

Charles F. Engle,.. 

William J. Carmouche,.. 
Weceslaus, L. Lions,_ 

Francis J. Rodrigue,_ 

John B. Filhiol,_ 

Edward J. Agnelly,__ 

Chas. A. Becnel,_ 

John F. Boudreaux,_ 

Lionel T. Delacroix,. 

J. Walton Gaines,. 

Samuel A. Gourrier,.. 

Sydenham D. Hardee,. 

Thomas J. Hebert, *. 

James H. Kennedy,. 

Frederick V. Labarre,.... 

John J. Quinn,_ 

Francis J. Spengler,. 

George S. Tassin,_ 

Florance J. Schwab,_ 

Chas. H. Munson,_ 

Vincent J. Jastremski...... 

Robert D. Moreton,_ 

J. Stonewall Trisconi, *... 
* Deceased. 


1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
English Lookout, La. 

.Vicksburg, Miss. 

_West Lake, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Natchez, Miss. 

.Shreveport, La. 

.Lions, La- 

.Napoleonville, La. 

.Shreveport, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 


1895. 

--St. John Baptist, La. 

.Thibodeaux, La. 

..Plaquemine, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Hohn Solms, La. 

...New Orleans, La. 

..Plaquemine, La. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.Belle Rose, La. 

....Merrick, La. 

.Jackson, Miss. 

-Wallace, La. 

1896. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Napoleonville, La. 

- Baton Rouge, La. 

-Brookhaven, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 


























































































ALUMNI ROLL-Continued 

88 


1897. 

John A. Abshire,__ 

Edmond P. Loeliger,__ 

Lionel O. Waguespack,. 

Dominic J. Gragnon,... 

Marco C. Lucich,_ 

1898. 

Daniel T. Doyle,---- 

Chas. J. Tasson,... 

Geo. T. McCloskey,... 

Wm. E. Etheridge,_ 

Calixto A. Piedra,_ 

Jos. O. LeBourgeois,_ 

Louis F. St. Julien, * _ 

1899. 

Alexander V. Allain,__ 

Edward J. Farrell,___ 

Louis A. Guidry,_ 

Gerald J. Murphy,_. 

Erasmus J. Olivari,. 

1900. 

Albert F. Betz, . 

Walter J. Braud, *. 

Thomas W. Brown, *.... 

Joseph C. Hunter,. 

Emile J. LeFebvre, . 

Henry T. Nores,_ 

Henry J. Waguespack,. 

Ermilio de Montero Carpizo. 

1901. 

Alfred F. Filhiol,. 

John B. Sportono, . * . 

Anatole J. St. Germain,. 

Camile F. Deramee, *.. 

1902. 

Joseph B. Delany, . 

Maurice J. Ephraim, . 

Henry N. Fanguy,. 

John J. Gele,. 

Victor M. Lefebvre,_ 

Olga Mary, _ 

J. Mavor Melancon,.. 


.Leroy, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Edgard, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Brookhaven, Miss. 

.Indianapolis, Ind. 

. Wallace, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

_Cuba 

_Whitehall, La. 

_Broussard, La. 

.Jeanerette, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

__Carenco, La. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

_New Orleans, La. 

..Donaldsonville, La. 

.Carenco, La. 

.Biloxi, Miss. 

.Manchac, La. 

.Donaldsonville, La. 

.Edgard, La. 

.Campeche, Mex. 

.Blankston, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Lake Arthur, La. 

_Cut Off, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.....Arnaudville, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Manchac, La. 

_Cinclare, La. 

McCall, La. 


Raymond Mouch, .. 

Robert Nores, . 

Oswald B. Schwab,_ 

Eugene E. Soulier,___ 

Benijah G. Wilbert,. 

George M. Wilbert,.. 

1903. 

James B. Aucoin,___ 

Antoine J. Burch,_ 

Joseph S. Comeaux, *_ 

George A. Delacroix,_ 

William E. Hunter, *_ 

Julius M. Lopez, _ 

Theo. G. Uhlhorn, _ 

1904. 

Norman E. Bleuler, .... 

Roman D. Martinez, __ 

Henry R. Melancon, *_ 

Albert J. Trisconi, .. 

Salvador A. Matranga, _ 

Daniel H. Walsh, . 

Cleveland P. Huggins, . 

James D. Grant, _ 

Othmar J. Krebs, _ 

Linden F. Braud, _ 

1905. 

Walter J. Blanchard, . 

Adolph L. Capdau, .. 

Fisson J. Dominques, *. 

Wilson J. Eroche, . 

Francis J. Goldthwaite, .*. 

Joseph P. Jewell, .. 

Francis M. Tarut, .. 

Ben L. Todd, __ 

Ira J. Warner, *. 

1906. 

Stephen J. Burch, . 

Edward R. Braud, .. 

Joachim V. Diaz, ... 

Osmond R. Green, _ 

Charles G. Johnson, ... 

* Deceased. 


.Mark, La. 

.Donaldsonville, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.St. Martinville, La. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.Barton, La. 

.Lucy, La. 

.Bayou Goula, La. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

_Biloxi, Miss. 

_Biloxi, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

_Whitecastle, La. 

.McCall, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.„.Plaquemine, La. 

.Scranton, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Moss Point, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La 

.Whitecastle, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Jeanerette, La. 

.Raceland, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Roads, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Jackson, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Lucy, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Havana, Cuba 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Scranton, Miss. 


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Anatole J. Keller, - 

Edwin G. Pinac, . 

Paul N. Planchet, .. 

James M. Riddle, *. 

Houston L. Staring, . 

Charles E. St. Julien, - 

1907. 

Herbert U. Canty, . 

William H. Canty, •_. 

Leopold R. Diaz, --- 

Aime L. Deramee, . 

Louis S. Haydell, *. 

Duncan W. Jewell, .. 

Stephen J. Keller, __ 

Joseph P. McGinn, . 

Edward F. Papet, *. 

Valentine C. Redding, .. 

Guy V. Ros, . 

Siebert J. Wilbert, _ 

1908. 

Herbert H. Bleuler, . 

Justin J. Green, .„. 

Francis B. Jaenke, . 

Lawrence C. Lampo, . 

Louis V. Lapleau, * . 

Angelo J. Miazza, .. 

Charles J. Mitchell, .. 

Norman T. Rice, - 

Henry L. Schlevoigt, . 

Stephen J. Songy, *.. 

Carroll P. Rowan, _ 

Arthur C. Talbot, .. 

1909 

Robert M. Bourgeois, .. 

Amede L. Brou, .. 

Sylvest O. Carver, . 

Louis J. De Laureal, __ 

Edmund F. Fahey, . 

John A. Hoffman, *. 

William P. Irwin, . 

Percy T. Jeffers, ....... 

Leonard M. Joffrion, ... 

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88 


.Hahnville, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Burtville, La. 

.Broussard, La. 

.Scranton, Miss. 

.Scranton, Miss. 

.Havana, Cuba 

.Cut Off, La. 

.St. Patrick, La. 

.Mix P. O., La. 

.Hahnville, La. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Whitecastle, La. 

.Biloxi, Miss. 

.Scranton, Miss. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

...Jennings, La. 

..Patterson, La. 

.Mermenteau, La. 

.Meridian, Miss. 

.Logtown, Miss. 

...Belize Br. Honduras 

.Meridian, Miss. 

.Wallace, La. 

.Jacksonville, Ala. 

_Napoleonville, La. 


.Waveland, Miss. 

.Wallace, La. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
...St. Martinville, La. 
..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
..Bay St. Lauis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Fort Smith, Ark. 

.Napoleonville, La. 


Joseph V. Le Blanc, . 

Ernest J. Petitjean, . 

Onide M. Robert, . 

Charles J. Wehrt, ..... 

1910. 

John M. Bastiani, _ 

Maurice E. Burch, *. 

John B. Chiepalich, . 

Albert J. Girouard, ... 

John A. Green, Jr., . 

Albert J. Haydel, . 

Aurelien C. Hebert, .. 

Louis A. Hebert, ____ 

William D. Jaenke, _ 

Stanley F. Keller, . 

Ernest J. Ricaud, .. 

Walter S. Rice, .. 

Claude G. Songy, . 

Marcel P. Waguespack, * . 

William A. Wiegand, .. 

1911. 

Jules H. Mialaret, . 

Joseph M. Ros, . 

Francis L. Maurin, *.. 

Leon P. Lapleau, _ 

Joseph E. Cazeneuve, . 

Edward J. Roussel, ... 

Claude G. Bertrand, ..... 

Clarence W. Osoinach, . 

Edward A. Brandao, ... 

Louis J. Wilbert, ... 

Joseph R. Lyons, ..1. 


Lafourche Crossing, La. 

.Rayne, La. 

...Welcome, La. 

.Westlake, La. 

.Montgomery, Ala. 

.St. Lucy, La. 

.Mobile, Ala. 

.Broussard, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.St. Patrick, La. 

.Iota, La. 

.Lake Aruthur, La. 

.Jennings, La. 

..Hahnville, La. 

.Centerville, La. 

.Belize-Br. Honduras 

.Wallace, La. 

..Oubre, La. 

.Algiers, La. 

.La Place, La. 

.Pascagoula, Miss. 

.Donaldsonville, La. 

.Mermentau, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.St. James, La. 

.Minerva, La. 

.—Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

..Lake Charles, La. 


Sidney J. Delaune, ..... 

John A. Fagot, _ 

Alphonse S. Fahey, * 

Arthur J. Flynn, . 

Joseph A. Flynn, _ 

Newton W. Guice, . 

John J. Irwin, . 

Joseph W. Lepine, ... 

* Deceased. 


1912. 

.Lockport, La. 

.Cape Gracias a Dios, Nic. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Meehan Junction, Miss. 

.Meehan Junction, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

-New Orleans, La. 

.Lafourche Crossing, La. 
















































































































ALUMNI ROLL-Continued 

38 


Irenee M. Levet, - 

John B. Lescale, _ 

Nemours L. Roussel, - 

Joseph P. Scafide, *_ 

Michel F. Schexnayder, _ 

Walter J. Schexnayder, .... 

David A. Toups, . 

Arthur A. Wiegand, . 


Raymond S. Abadie, _ 

Frank Beaullieu, Jr., .. 

Benjamin J. Dufresne, _ 

Severin J. Dufresne, _ 

Theophile J. Duhon, . 

Simon L. Engman, . 

Gaston H. Fayard, . 

Hugh Fitzpatrick, .. 

Rivers F. Fortier, . 

Francis Green, __ 

William W. Guidry, .. 

Leon R. Kleinpeter, _ 

Joseph E. LeBlanc, _ 

Roland F. Rexach, .. 

John Troy, _ 

Joseph T. Wilbert, . 

Julian M. Brandao, ... 

Leo F. Fahey, _ 

Marion J. Green, .. 

Michael E. Haas, . 

George T. Herlihy, . 

George F. Mallard, *. 

Prudent R. Mallard, * .. 

Charles 1. Wilbert, . 


Felix A. Blanchard, .... 

Joseph S. Buford, . 

Henry C. Capdepon, 
Linus A. Koenenn, ... 
Albert R. Moustier, 
Arthur A. Scafide, ...... 


..St. James P. O., La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

_St. Amelia P. O., La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.St. Patrick P. O., La. 

.St. Patrick P. O., La. 

Lafourche Crossing, La. 
.Algiers, La. 


1913. 

_Wallace P. O., La. 

_ Jeanerette, La. 

.Wallace P. O., La. 

..Wallace P. O., La. 

.Houma, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

...Pass Christian, Miss. 

.Jeanerette, La. 

__Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.....Carencro, La. 

....Baton Rouge, La. 

.Paincourtville, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

__Yazoo City, Miss. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

1914. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Alton, La. 

.Waveland, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

. Plaquemine, La. 

1915. 

.White Castle, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Kiln, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


1916. 

Gaston G. Gardebled, ... 

Elton J. Beaullieu, . 

Michael M. Irwin, . 

Leonard F. Fruge, _ 

Joseph T. Parillo, . 

Clarence S. Blaize, . 

Earl A. Cuevas, . 

Martin F. Miazza, . 

Joseph L. Griggs, .. 

Alphonse G. Favre, . 

Robert LeBlanc, . 

Harold A. Tudury, _ 

1917. 

Cyril D. Claverie, ... 

Edward Curtis, * ...... 

D. Richard Gannon, . 

Denis P. Gaudet .. 

Jacob Hassinger, .. 

Joseph R. Hymel, Jr., _ 

Frank M. Lopez, .... 

James F. Miazza, Jr., . 

Peter X. Monteleone _ 

Burrus H. Shannon, .... 

Irwin N. Shirer, .. 

Arno O. Steinweg, _ 

Nathan B. Tycer, _ 

Andrew M. Wilbert, . 

Sidney K. Wolf, .. 

1918. 

Victor D. Blaize, .. 

Oliver H. Dabezies, __ 

Roland J. Garic, _ 

Joseph O. Kuebel, .. 

Samuel L. McGinn, . 

Albert Mallard, .. 

Alphonse R. Ramond, *.. 

J. Gordon Reddy, . 

Cyprian J. Schoen, . 

1919. 

Rudolph V. Abbley .... 

* Deceased. 


.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

__Jeanerette, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.lota, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans,La. 

.Shreveport, La. 

_Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Paincourtville, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Lafourche Crossing, La. 

__New Orleans, La. 

__New Orleans, La. 

.Guatemala 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Vicksburg, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Silver Creek, Miss. 

.Hammond, La. 

..Plaquemine, La. 

.Baton Rouge, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Pass Christian, Miss. 


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ALUMNI ROLL—Continued 


Bernard J. Beaullieu _____ 

James F. Curtis _ 

Leo Heymann . 

Elmer F. Hymel ... 

Emmet J. Kergosien __ 

Joseph P. McKeown __ 

A. Kenneth Moise __ 

Joseph J. Monteleone _ 

Milton L. Reisch __ 

Fritz R. Schutt _ 

John I. Soule ..... 

J. Robert Stulb ___ 

J. Stone Ware, Jr._ 

Thomas G. Ware .. 

Henry A. Weidmann . 

1920. 


..Jeanerette, La. 

...Pass Christian, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Kiln, Miss. 

__Covington, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..San Jose, Costa Rica 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..White Castle, La. 

_White Castle, La. 

.Meridian, Miss. 


Benoit L. Abadie .. 

Joseph M. Blache .. 

Andrew T. Higgins _ 

Horace L. Kergosien.. 

Albert B. Koorie _ 

R. Everett Noel _ 

Ferdinand J. Oehmichen 
Paul Semmes O’Leary 

Lynn B. Poche _ 

H. Coty Rosenblath_ 

Sidney C. Saucier _ 

Otto R. Schutt ... 

Aubin A. Songy _ 

Gaston J. Songy _ 

William E. Stack . 

John Fairfax Stafford _ 

Fred. E. Stulb _ 

Roger de la Vasselais __ 

John J. Voelkel, Jr.... 


.Wallace, La. 

_Hammond, La. 

.Patterson, La. 

. ..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Alexandria, La. 

..Donaldsonville, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Jackson, Miss. 

... Donaldsonville, La. 

.Shreveport, La. 

Pass Christian, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Wallace, La. 

....Wallace, La. 

.Birmingham, Ala. 

.New Orleans, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 


88 


Enoch J. Authement . 

Louis B. Claverie . 

Edmund L. Deramee . 

Frederick L. Herlihy _ 

Brittmar P. Landry . 

Arthur P. Loicano _ 

Paul A. Maestri . 

Joseph A. Manning, .. 

Funston A. Mauffray _ 

Richard E. Meldrum . 

Frank S. Noel _... 

Milton J. Oehmichen .. 

Milton A. Phillips . 

Anthony P. Scafide * . 

Eugene Stewart Ansley 

Herbert Luke Babin _ 

Rodney Edward Bishop . 

Louis Joseph Blaize _..._ 

James Neil Brittingham 

Roger John Burch ... 

Samuel Francis Cerniglia 

Lix Joseph Fruge . 

Caeser T. Funes. 

John Cyril Glover . 

Cornelius Kimball Herlihy 
William Bertrand Jackson 

James Leonard Keiffer _ 

Omer Frederick Kuebel . 

Wheeler L. Lucas . 

Roland B. Menou . 

Edward Remy Schwartz 
James Townsend Wolfe . 
Alan Robert Vairin . 


1921 . 


.. Houma, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

...Cut Off, La. 

....Waveland, Miss. 

. Thibodaux, La. 

--- Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

....New Orleans, La. 

..._New Orleans, La. 

.......Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

. -New Orleans, La. 

..Donaldsonville, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.San Jose, Costa Rica, C. A. 

. Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

1922. 

. Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

....White Castle, La. 

. Gulfport, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

....X.Lucy, La. 

.-.Vidalia, La. 

.Eunice, La. 

... San Francisco, Honduras, C. A. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Waveland, Miss. 

.Waveland, Miss. 

...New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

. ...Iota, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

....’.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


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ALUMNI ROLL-Continued 


1923. 

Elwood E. Abbley .. 

Wallace R. Abadie . 

Eugene B. Blaize ..- 

Lothar L. Broussard .. 

Daniel L. Brittingham .. 

Fabian E. Buquoi . 

Valentine K. Dell -..- 

Paul L. Drouin . 

Thomas E. Egan . 

W. Brice Francez . 

Joseph Gossen _ 

Clarence W. Hassinger . 

Edward Irwin .... 

T. Clark Isbell .. 

Peter F. Jones .. 

P. Emile Keller . 

George E. LeBlanc . 

Cloyd L. Loewer..~. 

Paul P. Mutti . 

Walter W. Reed . 

R. Bertram Sigerson. 

Cyprian A. Sporl ... 

Ellis P. Sylvester.. 

Rupert A. Wentworth . 

Berchmans S. Wilbert . 

Marion J. Wolfe . 

1924. 

Gerald G. Baron . 

Chas. L. Chassaignac . 

George E. Cleveland, Jr. 

Clifford Dell . 

Walter J. Gex, Jr. 

Henry Gossen . 

Eugene L. Guedry . 

Roland J. Hymel . 

Laurent L. Kergosien . 


Pass Christian, Miss. 

.Wallace, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Morse, La. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.Covington, La. 

.Waveland, Miss. 

..Manura, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Carencro, La. 

.Rayne, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Meridian, Miss. 

..New Orleans, La. 

...Hahnville, La. 

.Paincourtville, La. 

.Kiln, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..Iota, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
.. .Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

....Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Hattiesburg, Miss. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

..New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Hahnville, La. 

.Waveland, Miss. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Rayne, La. 

.Reserve, La. 

.St. James, La. 

... Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


Adrian L. Landry . 

Milton G. Laporte ...-. 

Francis Martin . 

Alden L. Mauffray . 

Alexander E. Mejia .. 

Wilfred F. Meridier . 

J. Nicolas Petitjean .. 

Percy V. Reed . 

Norman A. Renshaw . 

Anthony J. Schiro . 

Francis P. Silva . 

Kenneth R. Welsh . 

1925. 

Stanley A. Baron . 

Francis T. Boh ... 

Wallace Bontemps . 

John Worthing Calhoun . 

Leon B. Capdepon .. 

William E. Cassidy . 

Ulysses Cuevas . 

Joseph Henry Dillon .. 

Charles S. Gele . 

Lucien Marion Gex . 

Pierre Gilbert .. 

Stanislaus Halpin . 

James Norton Haas .;- 

Joseph Haydel Roger . 

Charles Jaubert . 

Edward Ignatius Jones . 

Hallet Lafosse . 

John Latreyte Lang . 

Ludger Joseph Mauffray . 

Otis Herman .... 

Frank Sprague Pugh . 

Vincent J. Piazza . 

Richard Joseph Schexnayder. 

E. W. Slade .‘. 

Horace Vairin ..+- 

Luis Viada .. 

Frank P. Wittmann, Jr. 

1926. 

Peter Paul Banville . 

* Deceased. 


..Plaquemine, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Tegucigalpa, Honduras 

..New Orleans, La. 

.Rayne, La. 

.Iota, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..New Orleans, La. 

....-.Algiers, La. 

.Lafayette, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.. Bogalusa, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Napoleonville, La. 

..Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

..McLeod, Miss. 

.Edgar, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Morse, La. 

..Long Beach, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Norfolk, Va. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.St. James, La. 

.Laurel, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Caracas, Venezula 

.Pass Christian, Miss. 

.jGulfport, Miss. 


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ALUMNI ROLL—Continued 

98 


Gabriel Y. Blaize, Jr.. 

Alfred A. Bonnabel . 

Hewitt L. Brandt. 

Ewell J. Brignac . 

lohn Herbert Cassidy, Ir.. 

.Long Beach, Miss. 

.Pointe-a-La-Hache, La. 

.St. James, La. 

Clarence F. Curet . 

James Aloysius Ducote . 

John A. Egloff . 

A. Henry Eisler . 

Andrew J. Flannagan . 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

Laurel, Miss. 

William P. Gordon . 

Lucien M. Guidry . 

Dan C. Jacobs . 

.Ama, La. 

Alexandria, La. 

David G. Keiffer . 

Stanley A. Koch, Jr. 

James O. Larose . 

Frank J. Lobrano, Jr. 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Pointe-a-La-Hache, La. 

Peter J. Monteleone . 

.Pass Christian, Miss. 

Levi L. Richard . 

. Iota, La. 

Joseph J. Scafidi . 

.Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Chas. H. Saucier . 

Texarkana, Tex. 

Henry C. Stechmann . 

Thomas Stephenson .. 

.-..Havana, Cuba 

William E. Tell, Jr. 

Long Beach, Miss. 

Edward F. Thompson . 

Fernand J. Toups . 

James A. Ware . 

Vernild G. Warner .... 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

Charles M. Waters, Jr.. 


R. Blenk Young . 

Carlton J. Reed . 



CLASS 1927 


Luke B. Babin.White Castle, La. 

Elmo N. Blaize.....Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


Ralph S. Blaize. 

Leroy D. Bontemps.. 

Henry J. Bonura. 

John W. Bradley.... 

Anthony J. Brady.. 

Alphonse M. Burke. 

Vincent A. Burns. 

Robert A. Carmouche. 

Frank J. Chalona. 

Alberto Diaz del Rio 

Foster Fournier . 

James Gatens . 

W. Leonard Gray.. 

Samuel J. Greene. 

Scott F. Hubert. 

Herbert S. Kenison. 

Julio L. Kraus. 

Marcel J. Kremer .... 

James E. LaNasa. 

Albert T. Leonhard. 

Fernand M. Menou. 

Murray McCarley . 

Matthew F. Montz. 

Arthur S. Naylor._. 

Joseph H. Plunkett. 

Lawrence A. Reicker. 

Stephen de los Reyes. 

Santino J. Rinaudo... 

Marchmont Schwartz ..... 

George L. Seuzeneau. 

John G. Simpson . 

George J. Slade. 

Jared A. Thiery. 

Joseph L. Vaccaro. 

Alfred A. Ware. 

John W. Waters. 

Edward J. Zaunbrecher 


...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Hammond, La. 

.La Place, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Shreveport, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

Mexico City, Mexico 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Clarksdale, Miss. 

.Panama City, Fla. 

....Kaplan, La. 

.Meridian, Miss. 

.Hattiesburg, Miss. 

.Panama 

.Gulfport, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

—.Iota, La. 

.Gulfport, Miss. 

.Taft, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

...Bay St. Lousi, Miss. 

.Gulfport, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.Plaquemine, La. 

...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
...Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

.....Gulfport, Miss. 

.Laurel, Miss. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.New Orleans, La. 

.White Castle, La. 

.Alexandria, La. 

.Rayne, La. 


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 


The President and Faculty of St. Stanislaus College gratefully acknowledge donations and favors during the session 
1926-192 7 from the following: 


Right Rev. Richard O. Gerow, Bishop of Natchez. 
Senator Pat. Harrison. 

Rev. Sisters of St. Joseph’s Academy, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Dr. C. L. Horton, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Dr. Alva P. Smith, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Reverend Clergy of Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Hancock County Bank, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Merchants Bank & Trust Co., Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Faculty of St. Aloysius College, New Orleans, La. 

Rev. Father Nelius Downing, Clarksdale, Miss. 

Mr. A. Scafide, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Hon. Robt. L. Genin, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Hon. Emile J. Gex, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Mr. George Toca, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Dr. J. T. Nix, New Orleans, La. 

Mr. Coburn Weston, Logtown, Miss. 

Mr. Harold Weston, Logtown, Miss. 

Mr. Leo. Seal, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Mr. Albert Jones, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Mr. Harry Glover, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Miss Mary Wingerter, R. N., New Orleans, La. 

Mr. Henry Saucier, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


Miss Livia Engman, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Ladies of Circle No. 1, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Mr. Rupert Richards, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Mr. Frank Quintini, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Hon. G. Y. Blaize, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Judge W. H. Starr, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Capt. John McDonald, Pass Christian, Miss. 
Mr. George A. Jaubert, New Orleans, La. 
Mr. Grady Perkins, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Waters, Alexandria, La. 
Knights of Columbus, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Mrs. Robert Camors, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
Mr. Joseph M. O’Reilly, St. Louis, Mo. 

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. White, Shreveport, La. 
Mr. Robert W. Wilson, New Orleans, La. 
Mr. A. J. Heinemann, New Orleans, La. 
Mr. Frank Mann, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Mrs. A. F. Fournier, Waveland, Miss. 

The Citizens of Bay St. Louis. 

Mr. William McKeefe, New Orleans, La. 
Mr. P. V. Lacoste, Bay St. Louis, Miss. 


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AN APPEAL 

TO FORMER ST. STANISLAUS STUDENTS 


Help the Good Work! 

If God has blessed you with an abundance of wealth you should be most thankful for this great blessing. Probably 
you have been put in the way of gaining this wealth by the unselfish devotion of some good Brother of the Sacred 
Heart. You may owe all that you are to the self-sacrificing devotion of some dear remembered teacher. 

You feel that you could not do enough in memory of some cherished Brother. You would like to know that our 
Catholic schools are still taught by such men and that your children will come under the like influence. You feel that 
such work should be perpetuated. And so it is. 

There are in Metuchen, N. J., some 70 young men who are preparing themselves for the life of sacrifice like that 
of your former teacher. Probably these young men may have become acquainted with the virtues of your former 
teacher and are trying to model their lives after that of this good Brother. Does not this thought fill you with consolation? 

But the work done in Metuchen requires money. The Brothers’ salaries are poor indeed. Little can they spare 
from the mere pittance they receive to educate these young men. It is a hard struggle for the Order to finance this 
house of studies. 

Would it not be well for you to return to the Lord some of the wealth he gave you? Could you help the work along 
by founding a scholarship or by a substantial donation? The opportunity to repay in part the great good you received 
in school is here. Will you grasp it? 

The Saint Stanislaus Scholarship at Metuchen was founded last year. Offerings in memory of Brothers Osmond, 
Isidore, Felix, Berchmans and Clements have brought the amount to .$540. 

Offerings should be sent to Brother Peter, President. 

Due acknowledgement will be made in the annual catalogue. 

HELP THE SAINT STANISLAUS SCHOLARSHIP! 


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The Next Session will begin 
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 192 7 
Brothers from the College will be in 

NEW ORLEANS 

to take charge of the Students sent to the College 
For information apply to 

ST. ALOYSIUS COLLEGE 

Phone FRanklin 7680 1137 Esplanade Ave. 

New Orleans, La. 
or to the 

President of the College 

BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI 
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